Just like many other rural communities in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, Conondale is a beautiful residential township with many natural attractions.
Located just 60kms west from the coastal city of Mooloolaba, Conondale is a quiet and peaceful township, home to the Conondale National Park.
Conondale National Park Accommodation – Camping, Qld
Most people visiting Conondale come to the National Park which has a number of picnic spots, hikes and leisurely strolls. Mount Allan fire tower is a popular spot which provides a panoramic view of the rugged mountain ranges and at the Peters and Booloumba Creek junction, there is a scenic lookout over cascades, falls, rock pools and The Breadknife rock formation.
There are a number of walking tracks found with the Conondale National Park where you will be able to explore the forests, creeks and waterfalls.
Stop at one of the picnic areas after your walk or ride and enjoy use of the picnic tables, BBQ’s and toilets at the Booloumba Creek day-use area beside the creek. You must bring your own water and ensure you take away rubbish. Domestic animals are not permitted within the park, with the exception of horses, which may be ridden on the Horse Trail Network only.
There are three camping areas at Booloumba Creek, with camping areas 1 and 3 suitable for tents and camping area 4 suitable for caravans and trailers. Camping permits are required and please note that camp sits must be booked well in advance.
If you are looking for accommodation elsewhere in Conondale, there are plenty of options including many cottages and cabins in and around this township. Click on the link below to find the best accommodation deals.