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Gus Beutel lookout, Ravensbourne National Park. Photo: Karen Smith, Queensland Government

Ravensbourne National Park

Remnant rainforest of the Great Dividing Range

Visit Ravensbourne National Park, where you will be greeted by starkly-contrasting shady rainforest, palm groves and wet eucalypt forest. Enjoy views from lookouts and explore creeks and gullies, or simply have a picnic and take a short stroll. Look for the amazing variety of birdlife that lives in this best remaining example of the rainforest that once clad the Greet Dividing Range.

Location and getting there

Ravensbourne: 32km N of Toowoomba. Access is via the New England Hwy and Esk-Hampton Road.

Visitor facilities and opportunities

ToiletsPicnic areaCampingCaravan/camper trailer/campervan sitesShort or easy walksHikesCyclingFishingHorseridingWheelchair access

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