Mapleton Falls National Park, Mapleton

#10 of 19 in Nature in Sunshine Coast
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Mapleton Falls is a national park near the town of Mapleton on the Blackall Range in South East Queensland, Australia, 95 km north of Brisbane. The falls are part of Pencil Creek and drop 120 metres.
The waterfall became a forest reserve in 1938 and then in 1973 it was declared a national park.
The Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk is a long-distance walking track which passes through the park. There are a number of smaller walks as well.
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  • National Parks normally have something of interest, with some packing in as much as possible for visitor. This park relies on the views, as parking is limited and restricts the number of visitors...  more »
  • Worth to visit there, spectacular view,wonderful water falls, its like never ending beauty. Recommend to everyone.  more »
  • Pristine facilities with easy disability access and stupendous views.
  • The lookout is the best, also did a short 1.2km walk

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