Belmont Hills Bushland

The Belmont Hills Bushland is located on the western side of the Gateway Motorway at Belmont and is over 80 hectares in size.

Impacts due to February 2022 severe weather event

Council wishes to advise the temporary closure of some conservation reserve tracks and trails as teams assess the damage caused by recent severe weather.

A temporary closure is in place for Belmont Hills Bushland for the walking track from the car park to the top of the ridge.

The open eucalypt forests in Belmont Hills Bushland are made up of stringy barks, gums, tallowwoods and ironbarks with a diverse range of understorey species. Small patches of dry rainforest can be found throughout the reserve.

Whilst visiting the reserve you may see wallabies, koalas and a high diversity of bird species.

Visitors can enjoy bushwalking, bird watching and a picnic.

Note: there are no formal picnic facilities at the reserve.

Parking is located along Scrub Road, Carindale.

Photo gallery

View the Belmont Hills Bushland photo gallery as a slideshow, or view the photos individually as part of Council's Flickr account.

Belmont Hills Bushland
Last updated: 14 March 2022

Brisbane City Council acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and their unique relationship with their ancestral country. We pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of Brisbane, and recognise their strength and wisdom.