White Rock Drive, Redbank Plains
This Conservation Estate remains sacred to the Traditional Owners of Ipswich.
Some of the Cultural Landscapes within this estate include White Rock, the caves and outcrop overhangs. These sacred sites are very important to the Traditional Owners as they provide a link between Country and personal identity and allow the passing on of cultural knowledge.
As per Cultural Protocol the Traditional Owners have requested no one climbs White Rock.
Acknowledgement of Country
Ipswich City Council respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners as custodians of the land and waters with which we share.
We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging, as the Keepers of traditions, customs, cultures and stories of proud peoples.
A permit/licence is required to use the following areas within White Rock - Spring Mountain Conservation Estate. Using the information provided please ensure you select an area suitable for your event.
Please refer to the Trails Guide for the location of the Yaddamun Trail.
Standard Conditions for each area can be viewed below. To apply for a Park & Facility Use Permit/Licence please complete an application form for assessment of your proposed event.
Please view the area conditions prior to applying for a permit/licence.
The permit holder must produce for inspection, the permit granted by the local government, upon request of an authorised person.
Please click on the name of each area to view its booking calendar (if available) and check availability for your event date/s before submitting your application for use.
The prescribed fee in accordance with Council’s Fees and Charges will be required when submitting an application (if applicable). Please refer to Council’s Fees and Charges
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