Most Rated National Parks in Queensland to Enjoy Nature

By | January 24, 2017
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The beautiful Queensland region of Australia is not only known for its pulsating cities and captivating regional communities but also for its national and marine parks. The place always offers truly authentic and exciting experiences where you can sense the harmony being surrounded with nature. Stand fascinated on the top of a mountain enjoying the ancient rain forests stretching to the ocean or just cool off close to a cascading waterfall. There are numerous activities that are waiting for you in the wonderful national parks of Queensland. Know about the top rated national parks in Queensland that one can explore on his trip to this region of Australia.

National Parks Queensland

Noosa National Park, Noosa 

Spread over an area of more than 4,000 hectares, Noosa National Park is very important for nature conservation and home to several rare and threatened species. The park is equally loved by locals and tourists, which is one of the easiest to access by foot from local areas. One can come across a range of different plants here that stimulate the senses of the travelers. There are many walking trails in this park and you can spend a day at Alexandria Bay that is simply amazing. You can also enjoy excellent views of the coastline while being in this park.

Noosa-National-Park

Tamborine National Park

Offering the sights of the Pacific Ocean and Gold Coast skyline, Tamborine National Park is a popular national park in the Gold Coast hinterland and a part of the Scenic Rim Regional Council of South East Queensland in Australia. There are 6 different sections of the walking tracks in this park where one can enjoy bird watching and photography. The walking tracks also offer the views of the waterfalls, cascades and rock pools. Within the park, there is no camping opportunity in order to protect the nature’s gifts. There are several fun things that you can do in this park and have a great sightseeing experience.

Tamborine National Park

St. Helena Island National Park

St Helena Island is a heritage listed island of Queensland in Australia. Located 4 km east of the mouth of Brisbane River in Moreton Bay, the park was originally used like a prison but now serves as a national park. The island is clearly noticeable from the mainland, which has its own water supply. There is a spring in the heart of the island for the same reason. There are several migratory birds that use the island as a watering hole. The place is really popular among the schools as many different tours for the national park are conducted.

St. Helena Island National Park

Springbrook National Park

Situated on the McPherson Range close to Springbrook, Springbrook National Park is a protected national park that is in the Gold Coast hinterland of Queensland. You will enjoy the views across an ancient land and waterfalls tumbling down into the depths of the canyon enjoying the coolest swimming holes and few of the oldest trees of Australia. The park also allows you enjoying a strange world having epiphytes, rare birds and exclusive plants, strangler figs, glow-in-the-dark mushrooms and gigantic vines that tangle in the trees. The park plays an important role in the protection of the different species of threatened birds.

Springbrook National Park

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