Buderim Forest Bushland Conservation Reserve
  • Last updated:
  • 03 Aug 2021

In the heart of Buderim is this 45 hectare subtropical paradise of towering trees, cool streams, meandering tracks and waterfalls that offer the perfect spot to relax on a hot summers day. 

From the Harrys Park entrance is a wonderful elevated 500 metre wheelchair accessible boardwalk designed to allow visitors to enter the sensitive wet areas. From the Quorn Close entrance, well designed walking tracks edged with weathered stones follow the line of Martin's Creek, and form stepping stones down the slopes and through the trees.

The lower walking trail to the waterfall from Harry's Lane is now reopened with a temporary scaffold bridge until the replacement timber bridge can be constructed. The boardwalk is open to it's full extent.

See the location of Buderim Forest Bushland Conservation Reserve using the Beaches and Parks Directory Map for further information.

This park is a dog free zone. See dogs.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au for more information.


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  • Walking track
  • Dog free zone (no dogs)
  • Wheelchair friendly