Mary Valley Country offers a surprising array of National Parks, State forests, reserves, creeks, rivers and waterways. This stunning natural environment provides numerous opportunities for those passionate about outdoor pursuits and recreation. Be impressed by the Conondale Great Range Walk or Imbil and Amamoor State Forests. The area is visually spectacular winding through rainforest and tall open forests with deep gorges, tranquil creeks and cascading waterfalls, to magnificent view points.
Take yourself horseriding or mountain biking through countless forest trails offering peaceful views and challenging surrounds. Water pursuits will find you playing in the crystal clear mountain water of creeks and rivers as you spy platypus dashing for cover and birdlife enjoying their day.
Here are a few of the ways you can make your own fun and get into nature when you come out to play in Mary Valley Country. You may have discovered south east Queensland’s most untouched natural playground.
Remember you are visiting an area of high conservation and cultural significance. You can help look after this area by staying on the tracks and practicing minimal impact tourism. Tread softly and leave no trace.