Toohey Forest Park, which includes Mt Gravatt Outlook Reserve is approximately 260 hectares in size and is located 10 kilometres south of the city CBD. Toohey Forest adjoins bushland owned and managed by Griffith University. The vegetation of Toohey Forest is typical of the open eucalypt forests that once covered Brisbane with rainforest species growing along creeks and in moist gullies and is home to over 400 species of native wildlife and plant species. The forest features sandstone outcrops and is made up of a variety of eucalypt trees with an understorey of wattles, she-oaks, heath species, creepers, grasses and in sandstone areas, stands of grass trees. Things to do in the park include having a picnic or barbeque at the picnic areas, birdwatching, spotlighting for gliders and tawny frogmouths in the early evening, and viewing the wildflowers in late winter and spring. Mt Gravatt Outlook, Pegg’s Lookout and along the Summit Track provide spectacular views of the city and suburbs.