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Whipbird walk at the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens

A fabulous place to take young kids for an exploration of the natural world.

This basic level, 0.5km trail is perfect for walkers of all ages out to see a range of native bush in a small area with great supporting facilities and information.

The Whipbird walk is a safe haven where children can discover a wealth of hidden secrets. From giant spiders to exotic butterflies this children’s adventure walk is home to many creatures both in this realm and the wildest of children’s fantasies!

Located in Tanawha, the magnificent 82 hectare Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden supports native plants and wildlife, and has a magic and spirit that affect all who visit. The garden includes a mix of eucalypt open forest and creek-side rainforest, featuring lagoons, rocky and palm filled gullies, and the headwaters of Mountain Creek.

Grab a coffee and a bite to eat at Compass Café or BYO picnic and enjoy one of the many spots to have lunch. Once done here it’s a short hop up the hill to Buderim and all the views and activities that town offers.

Traveling on the Bruce Highway (M1) take the exit onto the Sunshine Motorway. Take the Tanawha Tourist exit off of the Sunshine Motorway. You then turn onto Main Creek Road and take the turn onto Radbourne then Palm Creek Roads. The gardens are a left turn off of Palm Creek Rd on the same turn as the golf club.


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