Featured Place Of Interest - Bunya Crossing Reserve Swimming Hole
Bunya Crossing Reserve Swimming hole is tucked away in the suburban landscape of Brisbane's Northside.
Voted one of Moreton Bay Region's best natural swimming holes, it is located at the junction of Bergin Creek and South Pine River in Albany Creek.
Backing on to the Bunyaville State Forest Park, this swimming hole caters for all ages.
The little ones will enjoy splashing around in the shallow ankle deep water, while older kids will enjoy the deeper area.
Bring your kayak or paddle board and explore the river.
Dogs are welcome to go for a splash, but must be kept on a lead at all times.
Try spotting an array of wildlife including possums, fish, waterbirds, bush turkeys and you might be lucky to see a wallaby.
Be sure to pack the walking shoes as this spot is part of a larger network of parklands, forestry and walkways.
Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the natural surrounds from the picnic area.
Facilities include gas barbecue, picnic tables and amenities.