Kondalilla National Park is one of the most spectacular parks on the Sunshine Coast that is popular for picnics, day trips and scenic tours.
The magnificent Kondalilla National Park is located on the Blackall Ranges and boasts a wonderful setting with verdant forest, adjacent mountain ranges and many scenic spots.
Kondalilla Falls National Park – Camping & Walks, Montville
The park is named after the spectacular Kondalilla Falls, where you will see Skene Creek drop 90 metres into the rainforest valley below. The waterfall is at its best during the summer wet season and you can view the falls from the base all throughout the year.
There are several walking tracks located within the park including: Picnic Creek circuit – a 1.7km walk that takes approximately 1 hour to complete. This is an easy walk which passes through tall eucalypts and over Picnic Creek up to a lookout. A more challenging track is Kondalilla Falls circuit – a 4.7km walk that takes between 2-3 hours with over 100 steps down to the base of the falls. A moderate level of fitness is required.
Picnics are also popular at the park and there are facilities leading from the carpark to a large grassed picnic area. Here, you will find picnic tables, BBQ’s and toilets.
Camping is only permitted within the park at a bush camp known as Flaxton Walkers. This campsite is commonly used by walkers who are completing the 58km Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk.
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