In 1908, about 9000 hectares were gazetted as the Bunya Mountains National Park, the second National Park in Queensland. The National Park now covers approx 22,000 hectares of tall, moist rainforest, natural grasslands, eucalypt forests, woodlands and other dry rainforest communities.
Bunya Mountains National Park protects the region’s bio-diversity, cultural heritage sites as well as its breathtaking natural scenery. Precious bush remnants, lush natural Heritage are permanently preserved in the National Park thanks to the foresight and tenacity of our environment conscious forefathers.
Walking tracks range from 500m to 10km.