Mount Binga National Park is a national park at Mount Binga in the Toowoomba Region of the Darling Downs region in southern Queensland, Australia. The park lies within the catchment area of Emu Creek, a tributary of the Brisbane River and belongs to the South East Queensland bioregion.[1]

Mount Binga National Park was established in 2006 to conserve the natural and scenic values of the area.[2] The park was originally part of Mount Binga State Forest which still exists adjacent to the national park.

The landscape is flat with some undulations and contains a wide range of vegetation types.[2] Araucarian vine forest predominate. Five endangered species have been recorded in the park, including the endangered spotted gum.[2] Bird species found at Mount Binga include the black-breasted buttonquail, black-faced monarch, rainbow bee-eater and rufous fantail.[2]


There are no visitor facilities.[2]

See also


  1. ^ "Mount Binga National Park". WetlandInfo. Department of Environment and Heritage Protection. Retrieved 29 August 2014.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Mount Binga National Park Management Statement 2013" (PDF). Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing. Retrieved 29 August 2014.