Conondale NP & Imbil Forest Walking Camping : Bookings and permits are necessary for state and national parks. Dogs and domestic animals are not allowed in these areas. The Gubbi Gubbi, Wakka Wakka, Jinbara and Kabi Kabi people once lived here self-sufficiently and traditionally for thousands of years.
Walk of Remembrance: Walk of Remembrance, an Anzac Centenary Memorial at the Maleny Soldiers Memorial Hospital. Along the walk are stones engraved with the names of those who did not return, twenty-five soldiers from Maleny who gave their lives.
From the bush to the beach, Queensland’s national parks and State forests are wonderful places to visit – places where you can get away from it all and experience our state’s beautiful natural environment. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is improving access to our parks and forests for people with a disability. This brochure provides information on different types of access currently available around Queensland.