|Boat Mountain rises 589 m above the surrounding farmland.|
|Car park and picnic area at Boat Mountain Conservation Park|
|Caper White Butterfly, male and Caper Bush|
Braithwaites Lookout, Daniels Lookout and Silburns Vine Scrub Walk, approx. 3 km.
|Excerpt from the Queensland Parks and Wildlife information sign.|
|Walking along the top of Boat Mountain.|
|Daniels Lookout, Boat Mountain.|
|View from Daniels Lookout. The Seven Sisters in the distance.|
|Eastern Yellow Robins.|
|Leaden Flycatcher, female.|
Wildlife we saw in October:
We did catch a glimpse of one wallaby and heard some others but we didn't see enough detail to identify them.
There were huge numbers of Caper White Butterflies both on the entrance road and along the walk. We also saw a few Lesser Wanderer Butterflies.
Cane toads were evident in broad daylight.
Birds: We saw many quail platelets along the Vine Scrub Walk but no quails. Willie Wagtail, Eastern Yellow Robin, White-browed Scrubwren, Lewin, Galah, Rufous Fantail, Grey Fantail, Eastern Whipbird, Pheasant Coucal, Magpie Lark, Pied Currawong, Fan-tailed Cuckoo, Shining Bronze-cuckoo, Leaden Flycatcher, Striped Honeyeater, Pale-headed Rosella, Brown Thornbill.
|Any form of trailer is prohibited on Hebbel Drive.|
Where: 94 km west of Gympie or 58 km north of Kingaroy.
Access: the roads are all sealed however the entrance road, Hebbel Drive is very steep and is signposted as prohibited for towing any form of trailer or large vehicle.
Facilities: Parking area, picnic table, walks.