Bayview Conservation Area

Redland Bay,

Bayview Conservation Area is an outdoor recreation reserve located between the Redlands Coast suburbs of Redland Bay and Mount Cotton. At almost 1000 hectares, it has a diverse range of vegetation communities including open forest, Melaleuca wetlands, riparian areas and attractive stands of grass trees and candlestick banksias.

The reserve also is a home for iconic Redlands Coast fauna including powerful owls, koalas, goannas, glossy black-cockatoos and wallabies.

Visit the park to enjoy around 60 kilometres of bushwalking and mountain bike trails; horse riding tracks; events for mountain bike riders, trail runners, bike orienteers and nature lovers.

Visitors to the area can also enjoy a large covered barbecue area, signage, picnic tables and seating, a bike wash-down area, horse and bike stations, toilets, and access to power and water.

If you park inside the conservation area at the main entry, make sure you exit the park by closing time.

The reserve is open 4am to 10pm daily. The main German Church Road entry/day use gate to the internal parking area and day use area facilities is open from 6am to dusk. Please ensure your vehicles are outside the gate before dusk.

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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