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Caboolture Arboretum

Caboolture Arboretum

The Caboolture Arboretum is a scenic park featuring several walking paths that take you around a tranquil lake and duck ponds.

It’s a dog-friendly park too, so if you are looking for a picturesque, lush area to spend the day outdoors, the arboretum is highly recommended.

Caboolture Arboretum, Lake, Duck Ponds, Walking Paths & River, QLD

Spanning over 10 hectares in size, there is lots of room to explore the beautiful outdoors here freely. It encompasses the Caboolture River, as well as many important tree canopy and wetland habitats. In 1983, the arboretum was established, and today it remains one of the most popular recreational areas for nature lovers.

Aside from spotting ducks and wader birds, visitors may also spot some turtles that lay under the sun around the edge of the water. Bring a camera along; you’ll be sure to be delighted at what you find here.

Nest boxes were added to the trees in the Caboolture Arboretum to conserve other nesting areas for important animals, such as the brushtail possum and sugar glider. Other animals you may see include koalas, lizards, echidnas, and platypus.

Visitors can use the car park located in Norfolk Parade and access the walking trail via the ramp. Alternative access is available from Caravel Court and Mainsail Drive. However, there are no facilities here so bring your own supplies including food and water. Shaded seating and a wheelchair-friendly path are available too.

Caboolture Arboretum is a special place for nature lovers – definitely a must-see.

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