As Queenslanders we are spoilt for choice when it comes to idyllic locations to get amongst nature.

Whenever anyone asks me what’s my favourite spot in the state, I answer Daisy Hill Conservation Park straight away.

For me, the bushland that’s home to Daisy Hill Koala Centre has long been the centre of why we as locals love to call this place home. It’s one of those incredible local places where horse and bike riders, as well as walkers and runners can all get active in a clean, green environment.

Beyond that it is a showcase of urban conservation, that I protect fiercely as a custodian for future generations. That’s why I’ve been determined to work with our local community to make this plan a reality.

As a government, we recognise the importance of sport and recreation and the importance of conserving bushland for flora and fauna as well as education.

I am delivering on my commitment to work with locals and user groups to ensure the improvements to recreational facilities provide an urban environment for people of all ages and abilities to get outdoors and get active—and benefit those who are fortunate to live close by.

Daisy Hill Conservation Park is an iconic attraction in our community. It is enjoyed by thousands from our community and visitors each week.

Many people would like to see the amenity and conservation of Daisy Hill preserved and enhanced – that’s what our plan will deliver.

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