This distinctive flat-topped ridge, shaped like an upturned boat, is a landmark near Murgon. Rising to a height of 589 metres, Boat Mountain is covered in dry rainforest with areas of open eucalypt forest. See panoramic views across the South Burnett – ripening crops forming a colourful tapestry across the surrounding countryside.
This small park has four walking tracks. Capture views from two lookouts – Braithwaites (370 metres return) or Daniels Lookout (2.2 kilometre return) – or see impressive vine forest along Silburns Vine Scrub Walk (2.2 kilometres return) or the Boat Mountain circuit (1.8 kilometres return). To avoid being scratched by prickly shrubs, wear protective clothing. Naturalists, photographers and birdwatchers will also enjoy this park.
Birdwatchers have the opportunity to spy at least 46 species of birds including rufous whistlers, black-faced cuckoo-shrikes, double-barred finches, red-backed wrens, honeyeaters, fantails, doves and pigeons. You might also see black-striped wallabies and echidnas by day or pygmy-possums and sugar gliders on dusk.
Overnight camping is not permitted.
Hebbel Drive, Murgon