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Amamoor State Forest
Map of Amamoor State Forest
Amamoor State Forest
Queensland 4570 Australia

Amamoor State Forest
Amamoor, Gympie Area

Free Entry

13 7468


Amamoor State Forest produces some of the finest hoop pine in Queensland. More than 120 bird species have been sighted in its riverine rainforests and plantations of hoop and bunya pines. Enjoy a drive through the forested valley to walk through the forest along trickling creeks and streams. From Amama day-use area, take the Platypus walk (300 metres return) to a viewing platform for a chance to see a platypus. The rainforest walk at Cedar Grove features huge red cedar and fig trees. Cedar Grove and Amamoor Creek camping areas have large flat sites. In August, the annual National Country Music Muster takes place here.

Property Details


  • Access With Assistance for the Disabled
    Assisted Access
  • BBQ Facilities
    BBQ Facilities
  • Picnic Area
    Picnic Area
  • Public toilet
    Public toilet
  • Viewing Platform
    Viewing Platform
  • Walking Tracks
    Walking Tracks


  • Animal Watching
    Animal Watching
  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Mountain Biking
    Mountain Biking
  • Walking

Open Times

Open 24 hours

Other Information

Children are welcome.

Some facilities for visitors with a disability are available.

General Comments

Camping permits are required and fees apply. Book online at the Queensland government web site or by phone.

How To Get There

The forest is 30 kilometres south-west of Gympie. Turn off the highway 20 kilometres south of Gympie and follow the signs to Amamoor township, then travel 10 kilometres west along along the Amamoor Creek Road. Access is suitable for conventional vehicles towing caravans.

Free Entry

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