Bellthorpe is a small town located in the Sunshine Coast Region of Queensland, Australia. It is situated in the hinterland, approximately 110 kilometers north of the Brisbane CBD. The town is set within the lush, green terrain of the Blackall Range, surrounded by national parks and state forests, offering many recreational activities such as bushwalking, picnics and camping. The population of Bellthorpe is around 200 people. The town is primarily rural, with small farms and rural properties. The Bellthorpe National Park and the Conondale National Park are popular tourist destinations, providing visitors with scenic views of the hinterland and opportunities to spot native wildlife.