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Karawatha Forest, Brisbane

Karawatha Forest - Brisbane, Australia
Karawatha Forest
Off Acacia Road, Brisbane, QLD 4352Map
Karawatha
Neighborhood: Southern Suburbs
Overview

Karawatha forest is 770 hectares (1,902.7 acres) of bushland located in the southern outskirts of the city. It is of extreme ecological importance for the 160 or so species of wildlife, due to the increasing urbanization of the city. For the tourist there are hundreds of animals to see on the walking circuit, including wallabies, koalas, gliders, birds and rare frog species. After walking, there are two picnic areas with some recreational facilities available to have a rest and reflect on the Karawatha Forest experience.

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Karawatha Forest General Information
  • Type: Attractions & Landmarks
  • Credit Cards Accepted: mastercard, visa
  • Nearest Train: Trinder Park
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