Beachmere Conservation Park, also known as the HE Corbould Park, named after Harold Edward Corbould, is a relaxing destination for nature lovers.
If you are looking for quiet, you’ll find it here as vehicles, motorbikes, and trail bikes are not permitted.
Beachmere Conservation Park, Walking Tracks, HE Corbould Park, QLD
He was able to mass a significant amount of land during his lifetime, and out of all of them, he donated 20 for conservation purposes to the Queensland Government. It remains to this day the most significant contribution by any individual to southeast Queensland. Aside from that, he also donated money to charitable organisations and the Salvation Army.
By December 1994, what was once known as the HE Corbould Park was gazetted into Beachmere Conservation Park, and Moreton Bay Regional Council is the park’s trustee. Today it protects five regional ecosystems, while its eastern side is home to a Habitat Protection Zone. Almost a thousand species of flora and fauna thrive thanks to conservation efforts.
Visitors to Beachmere Conservation Park are encouraged to explore the area while preserving its natural conditions. Paved walking tracks are an excellent way to explore the park without getting lost.
Don’t bring pets along with you here, and be a responsible visitor by taking your rubbish with you.