J.C. Slaughter Falls - Mt Coot-tha Reserve designated booking sites
The J.C. Slaughter Falls section of the Mt Coot-tha Reserve at Mt Coot-tha has two designated sites for park bookings for special events of short duration. These booking sites are located in a natural bushland setting.
To book this park for a special event, follow these steps:
- Consider the park location and facilities. Does a booking site at this park meet your needs? If so, go to Step 2. If not, view our other designated sites.
- Complete the online park booking application form, noting Council's stardard booking conditions.
Mt Coot-tha Reserve is located 200 Mt Coot-tha Road, Mt Coot-tha.
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The J.C. Slaughter Falls section of Mt Coot-tha Reserve includes the following facilities (some of which are shown on the site plan below):
- booking sites
- boom gate/lockrail
- carpark - parking is available for both booking sites
- shelter sheds
- uncovered picnic tables
- walking tracks
NOTE - The boom gate prevents vehicle access to and from the park between 7pm and 6am daily.
There are two booking sites at J.C Slaughter Falls, one with water.
|Area||Booking site name||Description||Capacity (persons)||Power||Marquee permitted||Photo|
|1||Picnic area||This booking site is a flat, grassy area that includes barbecues. Suitable for corporate functions.||50||No||Yes||No|
|2||Bush Chapel||The open air bush chapel has a sandstone pulpit with log seating on a concrete base. This site is suitable for weddings and christenings.||30-40||No||Yes||Yes|
Bookings only apply to the designated site you choose in the park and to the use of any facilities in that designated site. You cannot book barbecues, shelters (other than rotundas marked) or playgrounds for your specific use, though your group is free to share these facilities with other park visitors.
You may also be able to book a different area of the park (rather than the designated site). For more information phone Council on 07 3403 8888 and ask to speak to a Regional Parks Officer.