Ben Bennett Botanical Park is a 21-hectare large reserve located in central Caloundra.
Popular for its picturesque bushwalks and pathways, this destination is highly recommended for outdoor and nature enthusiasts.
Ben Bennett Botanical Park, Walking Trails, Map, Forest, Caloundra, QLD
The park is located nearby town just ten minutes’ walk away, yet when you walk into its lush greens, it gives the feeling as though you’re in a remote tropical forest.
Visitors can choose from a dozen walking trails that take you through the park, each of them with their own interesting sights and experience. The trails range from 800 meters up to 1,100 meters return, so there’s a trail available for walkers of every fitness ability.
When exploring Ben Bennett Botanical Park, it’s best to begin at the perimeter loop that passes through a variety of vegetation zones. A dense rainforest is found in the middle third, but you’ll also encounter vibrant flora such as paperbarks, eucalyptus melaleuca, giant Tallowwood, wet and dry heath, Bribie island pines, and much more.