The center of a vast wilderness area only a ninety-minute drive from Brisbane, this national park contains some of the region's most impressive geographic features. Visitors can explore gorges, eucalyptus woodland, small pockets of sheltered tropical rainforest, and get a great view of Moreton Bay. There are a variety of activities available inside the park, including camping facilities, hiking and walking trails, horseback riding, picnic tables and barbecues, an information booth, and a ranger station. Trail bikes and four-wheel drive vehicles are welcome in the park, and there are plenty of rough roads for them to play on.
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