An exciting Australian wildlife experience like no other awaits, with a host of amazing Australian animals including snakes, crocodiles, frogs, possums, owls, lizards and quolls waiting to meet you and help celebrate a special occasion.
We deliver a range of educational and entertaining presentations and hands on wildlife experiences for schools and community groups, birthdays parties for both kids and adults, corporate and private functions and even filming opportunities throughout Southeast Queensland, including Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
Geckoes also offers an educational training service through a qualified instructor for venomous snake handling, general wildlife handling and TAFE courses.
Discover remote gorges, sheltered pockets of subtropical rainforest, expanses of eucalypt woodland and spectacular views to Moreton Bay, all within an hour and a half's drive of Brisbane.
D'Aguilar National Park (formerly Brisbane Forest Park) totals approximately 36,000 ha, protecting the core of the D'Aguilar Range’s vast bushland area.
This delightful walk takes you through some of the best rainforest in Brisbane Forest Park. The rainforest is more varied here, with strangler figs, buttressed trees, stinging trees and large rainforest trees such as white booyong. After walking for about 500 metres you will come to a clearing beside the road - Western Window - with a magnificent view over the scenic rim of mountains to the west. You can see Cunningham's Gap and Mount Barney on a clear day. Walk down some steps and you will reach a junction. If you take the track to the right, you will walk below the rocky basalt cliffs and through wet sclerophyll forest and rainforest.
On a clear day, the Morelia Track, Manorina offers spectacular views as far as the sparkling white sand hills of Moreton Island. Walk from the picnic area through tall open forest to the summit of Mount Nebo. Patches of rainforest along the way provide a cool contrast to the more open forest and pockets of cabbage tree palm rainforest. At the end of the walk there are large granite boulders on which to sit and ponder, and perhaps plan your next walk.