Green Heart Ranger Program
Developed to give children of all ages the opportunity to learn about sustainability and participate in protecting and enhancing Oxley Creek and its surrounding green open spaces by building their knowledge about its people, plants and animals.
Discover Warril Parkland
Warril Parkland, located on Paradise Road at Larapinta, contains 84 hectares of bushland. This bushland is part of the largest remaining continuous stretch of open eucalypt forest in South East Queensland, known as the Flinders-Karawatha Forest Corridor.
The forest and lakes of Warril Parkland are home to many land and water animals. In the past this land was also a place where First Nations (Aboriginal) People camped and hunted as they travelled between their homelands around Moreton Bay and tribal meeting places in the ranges and mountains to the west of Brisbane.
The Warril Parkland Discovery Trail is a park-based experience, created to encourage children to explore the various features of the parkland. The 11 stops along the Discovery Trail include activities and challenges for kids of all ages, assisting them to interpret their natural surroundings by learning about the parkland’s history, animals and plants.
Explore activities at the park
The Green Heart Ranger Program hosts a range of activities for children of all ages, including the Warril Parkland Discovery Trail which includes quizzes and challenges, to complete in the Parkland.