Ravensbourne National Park is a small scenic park on the Great Dividing Range overlooking the Lockyer Valley. Wet sclerophyll forest and remnant rainforest. Stay nearby at Crows Nest National Park or Lake Perseverance. On Esk-Hampton Road.
Small remnants of the rainforest and wet eucalypt forest that once covered this part of the Great Dividing Range are preserved in Ravensbourne National Park. Evidence suggests the rainforest is slowly overtaking the open forest.
More than 80 species of birds visit or live in this park including the black-breasted button-quail, which is threatened with extinction, fruit doves and six species of owls.
Ravensbourne is along one of the pathways taken by Aboriginal people when visiting the Bunya Mountains for the bunya nut festival, providing a reliable source of food for travelling Aboriginal people.