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The rugged Bellthorpe National Park features open eucalypt forest, rainforest and cascades along picturesque Stony Creek. An easy stroll along the creek to the lake and a beautiful place to stop and picnic.

Swimming
Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
BBQ
Toilets
No Dogs Permitted
No Camping Permitted
Rainforest
Eucalypt Forest
210m
Maximum Elevation
7m
Total Climb

Getting there:

Off the D’Aguilar Highway east of Kilcoy turn into Stoney Creek Road and then right onto Fletcher Road. Follow till you see the day-use area National Park sign on your left.

Maps:

Bellthorpe National Park

Route/Trail notes:

From the car park area you follow a track to your left that will lead around the corner to the lake. Follow the creek riverbed back and up to find other rock pools that may hold water.

For the more adventitious, you can get further up the creek, but some scrambling and rock hopping is required.

Return to the car park along the creek. 

Permits/Costs:

None.

Other References/Comments:

None provided.

Comments

Last walk of a 10 day road trip covering 2,300km and completing 98km on 25 walks; climbed 1,200m that took 38h. Eight of the walks are new and have been loaded on this site.
Time to get back to some home comforts, as it is pouring with rain here!

F.A.B. on 19 May, 2021

The lake was a littttle dry this time of year, but this didn't stop families coming in and exploring. Decent amount of cars in the parking lot. A good grassy area to set down a picnic blanket, people sunbathing, playing frisbee, sitting by the water and painting, etc.

RB-98 on 22 Nov, 2020

Beautiful swimming hole but we hiked all way up to Branch creek

CL on 17 Feb, 2019

An easy stroll to the lake , I also ventured across the creek as there is a faint track this leads to just around the corner and back onto the riverbed ( good when dry ) to further walk to the next small lake. Could well quite easy explore the woods surrounding if keen to

J on 5 Oct, 2014

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