Daisy Hill Conservation Park is easily accessed from Brisbane or the Gold Coast via the Pacific Motorway (M1). From the Gold Coast, travel north along the Pacific Motorway and take exit 25. Travelling south from Brisbane along Pacific Motorway, take exit 24 and follow the signs to Daisy Hill Road and the entrance to the park. The two large day-use areas are accessible with conventional vehicles.
This one of the great things to do in logan and there are also a number of gates around the boundary of the park which can be accessed by walkers, mountain-bike riders and horse riders. Open 10.00 am to 4.00 pm daily. Open on some public holidays; please contact us in advance to check
Daisy Hill Conservation Park features eucalypt forest and paperbark wetlands. Two large day-use areas provide picnic and barbecue facilities with two undercover seating areas. Signposted walking tracks begin at various points along the edge of the picnic areas and there are opportunities for mountain-bike riding and horseriding.
Camping and accommodation
To protect the natural values of Daisy Hill Conservation Park, camping is not permitted.
There is a range of holiday accommodation available in and around Brisbane and the Gold Coast. For more information see the tourism information links.
There are two designated walking trails in the park. Walking is also permitted on all management roads and multiple-use trails in Daisy Hill Conservation Park and KBCCA council reserves unless otherwise signed.
Horseriding and mountain-bike riding
Mountain-bike riding and horseriding are permitted on all management roads and multiple-use trails in Daisy Hill Conservation Park and KBCCA council reserves unless otherwise signed. Designated mountain-bike trails are also located in these areas. Each trail entry has a sign indicating which recreational activities are permitted.
Permits are not required for horseriding or mountain-bike riding in Daisy Hill Conservation Park.
Picnic and day-use areas
Picnics or barbecues can be enjoyed under the gum trees in one of the two large day-use areas.
No bins are provided at Daisy Hill Conservation Park so please take your rubbish home.
Shelter shed reservations
The large shelter shed near car park four in the lower day-use area can be reserved for exclusive use. Bookings are essential and fees apply. For further information about the shelter shed and how to make a reservation see details below.
Wedding vows can be exchanged surrounded by towering grey gums in one of two picturesque sites—Grey Gum and the Forest Amphitheatre—available for reservation.
Daisy Hill Koala Centre
At the Daisy Hill Koala Centre there are live koalas and it is possible to talk to rangers and volunteers about this furry Australian icon. The centre is a great place to find out interesting facts about koala’s habitat, diet and life cycle, and learn what to do to help protect them. The treetop tower lets visitors look for wild koalas in the surrounding forest.
Things to know before you go
Essentials to bring
- Rubbish bags to take rubbish home—no bins are provided.
- Drinking water—all water collected at the park must be boiled or treated with sterilisation tablets before drinking.
- Protective clothing, a hat, sunscreen and insect repellent, for protection from the sun and biting insects.
- Sturdy shoes for walking or riding.
- Binoculars to help spot koalas and other wildlife.
Daisy Hill Conservation Park has entry and exit gates which are locked each evening.
Between 15 March and 14 October the gates are open from 7.00 am to 5.30 pm. For the rest of the year the gates are open from 7.00 am to 6.30 pm.
The Daisy Hill Koala Centre is open daily from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. Contact the centre on public holidays to check if it is open.
Dogs are permitted in Daisy Hill Conservation Park, but must be on a leash at all times.