Nature and Adventure
Exploring Australia’s Green Cauldron is a great way to learn about the environment and one of the best ways to get close to the region’s people, stories and landscapes – it’s a treasure trove of natural wonders with stunning landscapes, unique plants and animals and a rich diversity of sea life.
If adventure is your thing, the regions diverse and ancient landscape offers fantastic outdoor experiences just a short distance from major cities and towns. There’s outdoor and adventure experiences to suit all levels of fitness and challenge on land, water and in the air.
Walk the Lyrebird Track of Wollumbin National Park (formely known as Mt Warning National Park) and listen for the call of the rare Albert’s Lyrebird. Wind along the many tracks in the lush sub-tropical rainforest of Lamington National Park, then do the O’Reilly’s Tree Top Walk through the vine-lined canopy.
Trek down valleys and up to spectacular lookouts in Springbrook National Park. Walk through rainforest to Pinnacle lookout, situated on the rim of massive Wollumbin Crater, in Border Rangers National Park. Then picnic amongst the park’s Antarctic beech forest. Scale the heights of Mt Maroon, Mt Barney, Mt Mitchell and Mt Cordeaux near Beaudesert. Hike past waterfalls and creeks in the scenic Nightcap Range in Nightcap National Park.
So if you’re planning a trip to the region, here’s some useful links to help you experience the natural wonders of Australia’s Green Cauldron.
There’s also plenty to discover in each of the towns and villages located within the heart of Australia’s Green Cauldron by clicking on images below.