Blackbutt Nature Reserve
About Blackbutt Nature Reserve
In the heart of Brisbane's nature-filled Southern end, you'll find Blackbutt Reserve. This 16 ha reserve provides an oasis for flora and fauna with its rich tropical rainforest creating a fascinating contrast to world-famous beaches just down on either side!
Blackbutt Reserve is home to some of Australia’s most award-winning captive wildlife. The first exhibits were built in the 1960s, and since then there have been many relocation updates that allowed for all sorts of new creatures great and small! From kangaroos jumping about their enclosure or Southern Right Whales breaching off into deep water while you watch amazed--this isn't just any park; this place was made especially so we could get up close with these beauties.
Blackbutt Reserve offers a range of activities for visitors, with options to camp or stays in one place. The beach is popular among tourists and can often be full during peak times - but there's plenty else going on!
What to do in Blackbutt Nature Reserve
You can enjoy many activities here including camping in one of 200 sites or taking part in public wildlife shows throughout July & August when they happen every Saturday morning at 10 am - check their website before heading out so that there is space available where children will be able to keep up close tabs via binoculars viewing animals such as sugar gliders (hairless dogs), Sydney turkeys etc.,
Blackbutt's extensive range of educational programs provides students with the opportunity for an amazing experience. From school excursions to TAFE courses, there are so many options available! If you're looking at taking up running as a sport or just want some fresh air and nature then head out on one of our trails - they'll provide just what your body needs after all that studying!
One local company in Newcastle that is involved in this tourist attraction:
Address: Unit 2/2 Conmurra Cct, Shortland NSW 2307
Phone: (02) 4003 6435