Benarkin State Forest Park
South Burnett Area
Free Entry - Entry Information
In Benarkin State Forest on the Blackbutt Range, majestic hoop pines rise above dense subtropical rainforest. Pines planted in the 1920s thrive near blue gum and ironbark forests. Turn off the D'Aguilar Highway and take the unsealed 16 kilometre forest drive to picnic or camp by Emu Creek.
Dogs are permitted (on a leash) at Clancys camping area. Visitors can walk or ride mountain bikes or horses on the Bicentennial National Trail, the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail or on formed roads and tracks; except where signed or when access is restricted due to timber harvesting activities .
Children are welcome.
Yes. Dogs are allowed at Clancys camping area providing they are on-leash and restrained at all times. Tether or yard horses uphill from Clancys camping area.
Accessible by conventional vehicles (with care) via 16 kilometres of scenic gravel road. The road is steep and winding and drivers should beware of logging trucks.
Free entry to the park, however, camping fees apply.
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