Main Range National Park, following an arc of rugged peaks and ridges, is the crucial western link in south-east Queensland's remarkable Scenic Rim. Crossed by the Cunningham Highway, this park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area that offers an impressive waterfall, challenging hikes and easy rainforest walks with wonderful views. For terrific views and experiences: at Cunningham's Gap picnic area, try the Rainforest circuit or stroll to Fassifern Valley lookout (both short walks); zigzag up Mount Cordeaux (lyrebirds and scarlet-flowered giant spear lilies) or Mount Mitchell (sheer cliff face).... more
Enjoy a picnic at Queen Mary Falls, which plunge an impressive 40 metres. From Spicer's Gap camping area, walk the bullock-dray trail and camp near pioneer graves. (Take your own fuel stove). Experienced walkers can hike for several days along the Scenic Rim.... less
Children are welcome and there is plenty for them to do.
The disabled access is limited to the picnic area and toilets.
How To Get There
Cunningham's Gap picnic area is 50 kilometres east of Warwick on the Cunningham Highway. Spicer's Gap camping area is 95 kilometres east of Warwick or 24 kilometres south-west of Aratula. Access is not suitable for trailers and caravans. Queen Mary Falls picnic area is 11 kilometres east of Killarney or 80 kilometres south-west of Boonah. Access is not suitable for caravans.
Entry to the park is free of charge, however, camping fees may apply.
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