Bellthorpe National Park is at the southern end of the Conondale Range. Rugged bush land with rainforest, waterfalls and attractive creeks is home to a large number of plant species and a haven for many endangered and threatened animals. Picnic beside a rock pool at the Stony Creek day-use area. Look for frogs and lizards around the rock pools. Identify the many forest birds. There are no formal walking tracks but visitors can walk along the forest roads; which are also used for horse riding, mountain-bike riding and four-wheel driving. Visitors need to be well prepared and self-sufficient.
Children are welcome. Supervise children at all times - especially near the creek. Boulders can be wet and slippery.
Toilets at the Stony Creek day-use area are wheelchair accessible.
Horse riders, mountain-bike riders and bushwalkers can access the Bellthorpe area via tracks of the SEQ horseriding trail network. Be aware that you share these trails with other users. Vehicles are restricted to formed roads only and prohibited where signed.
How To Get There
The day-use area is 15 kilometres north-west of the township of Woodford via D'Aguilar Highway and Stony Creek Road.
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