Hoop pines, bottle trees and dry rainforest provide a wildlife haven in Goodnight Scrub National Park bounded by the Burnett River. The river is also one of the known habitats of the unique 'living dinosaur' Australian lungfish. With 165 species of birds and 60 butterfly species, Goodnight Scrub is a brilliant place to watch wildlife. While no formal walking tracks exist, firebreaks are accessible by foot. Walk or drive to the top of One Tree Hill for spectacular views.
Children are welcome.
How To Get There
The park is 50 kilometres west of Childers, 58 kilometres north of Biggenden or 57 kilometres south of Gin Gin. All tracks are gravel. The very steep lookout road is accessible only by four wheel drive and only in dry conditions.
Entry to the park is free of charge, however, camping fees apply.
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