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Daisy Hill Conservation Park

Daisy Hill, Logan City Area

Free Entry 

Daisy Hill Conservation Park and surrounding areas protect vital koala habitat. For these popular marsupials, this is one of the last relatively intact natural habitats between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. For personal experience of the area, try the mountain biking trails and self-guided walking tracks, such as the Tree discovery trail. Five walking tracks radiate from the picnic areas, ranging from the 450 metre Paperbark trail (accessible to wheelchairs with assistance) to the nine kilometre Buhot Creek circuit.

Daisy Hill Koala Centre (free admission) provides a wealth of information about these appealing Aussie icons. Join a fun and informative. Connect with Nature activity. Ride your bicycle or horse along one of the signed trails. Dogs are allowed on leads - but only where signs permit. The lower picnic area and koala centre are wheelchair-accessible. The park can be reached from the Gold Coast Highway.

Activities

  • Animal Viewing
  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Accessibility:

Some facilities for visitors with a disability are available. Carpark one in the lower day-use area has parking for people with wheelchairs, and wheelchair access to picnic tables, barbecues and toilets. The Daisy Hill Koala Centre is wheelchair accessible. Carpark three has parking for people with wheelchairs, and wheelchair access to undercover seating, barbecues and toilets. The Paperbark trail is suitable for wheelchairs with some assistance. It starts in the lower day-use area, accessible from carpark three.

Children:

Children are welcome.
Daisy Hill Conservation Park
Daisy Hill, Logan City Area
Queensland
Australia

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Daisy Hill Conservation Park

Daisy Hill, Logan City Area
Free Entry
Daisy Hill Conservation Park and surrounding areas protect vital koala habitat. For these popular marsupials, this is one of the last relatively intact natural habitats between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. For personal experience of the area, try the mountain biking trails and self-guided walking tracks, such as the Tree discovery trail. Five walking tracks radiate from the picnic areas, ranging from the 450 metre Paperbark trail (accessible to wheelchairs with assistance) to the nine kilometre Buhot Creek circuit. Daisy Hill Koala Centre (free admission) provides a wealth of information about these appealing Aussie icons. Join a fun and informative. Connect with Nature activity. Ride your bicycle or horse along one of the signed trails. Dogs are allowed on leads - but only where signs permit. The lower picnic area and koala centre are wheelchair-accessible. The park can be reached from the Gold Coast Highway.
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