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All reviews gold coin donation rainforest walk glasshouse mountains information centre beautiful rainforest fruit bats across the road mary cairncross bird life whip birds old trees bird calls picnic area paddy melons lovely walk strangler figs easy walk
I was last here probably 10 years ago and was impressed by the changes and modernization that has taken place - a new information center straddles the entrance to the forest walk - a gold coin donation is requested - there is also a cafe...More
Been going here for years (40+). Watched it change and evolve. Still love to come and visit. Beautifully maintained picnic area and lovely bushwalking. Great views of the Glasshouse Mountains. Excellent cafe.
We stumbled across Mary Cairncross Park on a search for a better view of the Glasshouse Mountains. It is just amazing, and not to be missed. Yes the views are outstanding, but so is the newly built art gallery, cafe and 'venue', set amongst the...More
What a great place this is for all ages. My wife and I both in our 60's had a very pleasant walk through this beautiful place. It was not a hard walk for us oldies. Pademelons, birds that cried like babies, ancient trees and vines....More
Did the shorter of the 2 walks at 1.3km it was very interesting, some trees were labeled, I would have liked to have seen more tree labels, however with only a gold coin donation it has some great facilities. I did not eat at the...More
Take the time to visit. It’s not the first time we’ve been to Mary Cairncross, and it won’t be the last. As locals we can often overlook what is right on our doorstep and it’s only when we had overseas visitors that we got to...More
This is a hidden marvel. Immerse yourself in its otherworldly presence and experience a different passage of time. The rainforest walking circuit is an easy stroll that transitions through several rainforest environments. Palm groves and stream banks, large strangler figs and thick wonga vines. It’s...More
It was a rainy day so we didn’t see much of the Glass Mountains, but this park offers more than a beautiful walk and views. The interpretive center had. Lot of great information that was well presented, displays, videos, recordings of birds and frogs, an...More