Kondalilla is a national park in the Blackall Range of South East Queensland, Australia, 91 km north of Brisbane. William Skene founded this area on his property while searching for lost cattle. He named it Bon Accord before gifting it to the Queensland Government who, during the fifties, renamed it Kondalilla which is an Aboriginal word for running water.
The area was first officially protected in 1906 as a recreational area, becoming a national park in 1945.The park provides habitat for 107 bird species. It is also home to the rare Pouched Frog. The vulnerable plant species, Macadamia integrifolia, also known as the Bopple Nut, grows in the park.