With the region categorised as the 3rd most biologically diverse region within Australia, Mt Barney National Park has a lot to offer. "Rising majestically above the surrounding landscape," the rugged peaks within Mt Barney National Park are some of the best-known and most spectacular mountains in South-East Queensland.
Reaching 1359metres, Mt Barney’s West peak is the second highest in southern Queensland. These mountains are special places to Aboriginal people, bushwalkers and naturalists alike. If you come to Mt Barney National Park, be well prepared to look after yourself and to treat the bush with care and respect... together we can keep it a wild and beautiful place.
Mt Barney offers a plethora of walks suited for beginner bushwalkers, right through to the epic adventurer. Please note that walks in this National Park are not always clearly signposted and mobil reception is minimal. Please seek further advice on walking routes and conditions.
Further information on Mt Barney National Park can be found through visiting the Environmental Protection Agencies Website and the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing website.