Bunya Mountains National Park
See the world's largest stand of bunya pines on a visit to the Bunya Mountains. Photo: M O'Connor, Qld Govt.
Facilities and activities
For generations, people have been gathering at the Bunya Mountains. The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) acknowledges the ongoing connection Aboriginal people have with this special place, and asks that you treat the area with care and respect.
About 200 km or three hours’ drive north-west of Brisbane, the final mountain ascent is via steep, narrow and winding roads.
Rainforest-clad peaks shelter the largest stand of ancient bunya pines in the world. Discover cool mountains, rainforests and waterfalls, unique range-top grasslands, panoramic views, colourful birdlife and enthralling stories of times long ago.
- Bunya Mountains National Park map
- Southern Inland Queensland parks and forests map
- Southern Inland Queensland visitor guide
- Bunya Mountains National Park Guide
- Species lists
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