Wongabel State Forest
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Wongabel State Forest protects a remnant of the endangered mabi forest, less than two per cent of which now remains. In 1903, red cedar seedlings were planted in the forest to replace mature trees which had been logged. Commercial plantations of hoop, kauri and Caribbean pine now grow beside native forest. Enjoy a 750 metre return walk through the forest or take the longer 2.5 kilometre route. Both tracks have been designed with consideration for walkers who are vision impaired. Braille booklets and audio headsets are available from the visitor centre in Atherton. Both tracks are also wheelchair accessible, but assistance may be required for the longer walk.
Children are welcome.
There is access for guests with a disability. Wheelchair-assisted access is possible along both walking tracks. The two tracks have also been designed with consideration for walkers who are vision impaired.
Yes. Dogs are allowed as long as they are on a leash.
How To Get There:
Wongabel State Forest is eight kilometres south of Atherton on the Kennedy Highway.
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