About Ravensbourne National Park
The picturesque landscape of the Australian outback can be found at Ravensbourne Park. This small park is located on top a mountain, with stunning views to take your breath away in all directions!
The river that runs through it has created pools for swimming and fishing – perfect ways to make memories or just spend time together as family members enjoy nature’s beauty around them.
Ravensbourne National Park is a hidden treasure trove of natural beauty situated on the Great Dividing Range between Toowoomba and Esk. It features walks through palm trees with spectacular views from Gus Beutel’s Lookout–the best remaining example in all this part covered by rainforest originally! The rare or threatened species found in this park are more than 80 different kinds of birds. It’s an amazing place for wildlife watching, especially with four types that can only be seen here!
What to do at Ravensbourne National Park
Invited you to explore a majestic rainforest in the Great Dividing Range, Ravensbourne National Park. Here discover towering trees and palm groves that cover an area once covered by forests from this region’s ancient history when it had many different species of flora & fauna which are now rare or extinct due to centuries of human activity
The site has stood out as one example among many others because not only does its vegetation tower over visitors but it also provides them with plenty of space for outdoor activities like bird watching; there’s even trickling streams where fish can be found if they look hard enough!
Stop for an picnic in one of the day-use areas before heading off to explore this networked park. You’ll be able to view diverse and vibrant forests, as well listening out for more 80 bird species that can be found here! These are just some ideas on what we could do during our stay – there are endless possibilities.
One local company in Toowoomba that is involved in this tourist attraction;
Address: 177 Stephen Street, Harristown QLD 4350
Telephone: (07) 4580 2871