|Approaching Mudlo National Park from Kilkivan.|
|Mudlo Gap Picnic Area.|
|Native Hoop Pines in Mudlo National Park.|
|Scrubby Creek Day Use Area|
|The view from Pearson's Lookout|
|Strangler Fig on the Scrubby Creek Circuit.|
Wildlife for Mudlo National Park seen in October:
Butterflies: Blue Tiger, Glasswing, Caper White, Monarch.
Birds: Galah, Lewin, Eastern Whipbird, Wonga Pigeon, Spotted Pardalote, Spangled Drongo. We could hear Paradise Riflebird, Kookaburra and Pheasant Coucal. Sadly we saw Indian Mynas on the side of Mudlo Road as we drove in.
Details for Mudlo National Park:
Where: Mudlo Road, 8.5 km north of Kilkivan, 45 km north-west of Gympie.
Access: gravel road with some pot holes and corrugations.
Facilities: Walking trail. Scrubby Creek Day Use Area has two picnic tables and a car park. 1.4 km further along Mudlo Road the local council has provided Mudlo Gap Picnic Area with flush toilets on one side of the road and picnic tables and wood BBQ's on the other side.