KBR National Park is near to Jubliee Hills, Banjara Hills and Film Nagar in Hyderabad, India. It was “Protected Forest” of section 24 of A.P Forest Act 1967 G.O.MS No. 22 dated 3rd Feb 1994. It used to called as Jubliee Hills Forest. Now it is also considering as bilogical and ecological significane. This park notified as Jubliee Hills National Park U/S.35 of Wildlife(Protection) Act. 1972. It was renamed as Kasu Brahmannanda Reddy National Park. On 5th December 1998 KBR national Park was issued G.O Ms.No 187 EFS and T department. Full area of this Park is 142.50 Hect.
The park provides an excellent lung space and environment from the busy city life and rising pollution levels. The park has over 600 species of plant life, 140 species of birds and 30 different varieties of butterflies and reptiles. Some of the animals making their home in the park include: pangolin, small Indian civet, peacock, jungle cat and porcupines. There are few water bodies present in the park providing the needed moisture for the plants and quenching the thirst of birds and small animals.
Entry fee for KBR Park is Rs20/- for adults and Rs10/- for children and it is open 5:30 or 6 to 10 am and 4 or 4:30 to 7 pm.