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Bellthorpe National Park

Stony Creek, Bellthorpe National Park. Photo: Ross Naumann.Stony Creek, Bellthorpe National Park. Photo: Ross Naumann.

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Location

West of the Glass House Mountains, at the southern end of the Conondale Range, about 85 km (or 90 min drive) north-west of Brisbane

What's special

This rugged national park features open eucalypt forest, rainforest and cascades along picturesque Stony Creek. Remnants of Brandon’s Timber Sawmill can still be seen on West Bellthorpe Road. Branch Creek Road offers a moderately challenging and picturesque 4WD opportunity as it winds up through the middle of the park.

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Last updated
24 January 2013