The great outdoors
Daisy Hill Conservation Park is part of the Koala Bushland Coordinated Conservation Area (KBCCA)—a forested oasis surrounded by urban development located in the City of Logan. The area protects important koala habitat while also being one of South East Queensland’s most significant recreation hubs.
Escape the city to walk, mountain bike and horseride through tall eucalypt forest and sun-dappled melaleuca wetlands. A world-class recreational trail network allows you to explore vibrant bushland in every direction. Enjoy a barbecue lunch in one of the shady picnic areas with open grassy spaces to run wild. If you’re lucky, you’ll spot one of the resident red-necked wallabies. For more wildlife spotting, head to the Daisy Hill Koala Centre for a free, up-close encounter with live koalas and tree-top views from the tower. Interactive displays and educational talks by Wildlife Officers are features of the centre.
Get out and explore Daisy Hill your way! With an extensive network of recreational trails you can spin the wheels of your mountain bike, ride on horseback or stretch your legs with a bushwalk. Some trails are designated as single-use specifically for walkers or mountain-bike riders, while others are shared trails and open to walkers, mountain-bike riders and horseriders.
Mountain Bike Trails
- Is Child Friendly
- Is Pet Friendly
- Has Disabled Access