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Sunshine Coast - Mapleton Falls National Park
On the scenic Blackall Range, Mapleton Falls National Park protects a small remnant of the forests which once covered this part of the Sunshine Coast hinterland.
Hexagonal columns in Pencil Creek near the picnic area remain from volcanic activity 25 million years ago. Pencil Creek plunges 120m into the valley below.
with nearby Kondalilla National Park, this park provides an important refuge
for native wildlife.
Listen for the wompoo fruit-dove’s booming call. Look for birds early morning and late afternoon.
Enjoy the view over the scenic Obi Obi valley from Peregrine Lookout along the walking track.
Visit nearby Kondalilla National Park and Delicia Road Conservation Park or take the forest drive through Mapleton Forest Reserve.
is not allowed in the park but there is plenty of accommodation on the range.
Drive to Nambour via the Bruce Highway, then take the Mapleton and Montville turnoff 17km west to Mapleton
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
13 QGOV (13 74 68)