Located 25km south-east from the centre of Brisbane, Daisy Hill State Forest (also known as Daisy Hill Conservation Park or Daisy Hill National Park) is an area where koalas and their habitat are protected. You can visit the Koala Information Centre to find out lots more about koalas and then have a picnic in the park. If you're feeling a little more energetic, there are tracks that you can walk along like the Tree Discovery Trail and Paperbark Trail. The other two tracks called the Stringybark Trail and Spotted Gum Trail cater for horse riding and cycling as well. This eucalypt forest contains spotted gum, grey gum, ironbark, tallowwood and stringybark trees. When visiting, please remember to take your rubbish back with you or use the bins provided and keep to the tracks.