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