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Five Dog-Friendly State Forests & Parks in Queensland

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by Elaine (subscribe)
Impromptu adventuring, exploring our backyard and then putting pen to paper, hoping to entice you to try one, if not all, of our escapades, is my true reward!
Published February 28th 2019
A tired dog is a happy dog
Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
Dogs-on-a-leash State Forests and Parks - Image: Johann > www.pexels.com free photo


Most of us are crazy about our four-legged family members and would love to take them with us to go walk-about into the parks and forests, but the truth is that the majority of National Parks in Queensland do not permit our loveable furry pals, due to concerns that our pooches could be a threat to local native wildlife. So, with this in mind, I have compiled a guide to five state forests and parks, where our four-legged family members are permitted, as long as they are kept on a leash.

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
Please keep dogs leashed to protect local wildlife - Image: Gellinger > Pixabay License


1. Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve

Where:

You will find Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve approximately 180km north of Brisbane, inland from the Sunshine Coast and twenty kilometres south-west of Gympie, along the Amamoor Creek Road. Readers might remember that the author visited the little town of Amamoor recently when travelling on the Mary Valley Rattler from Gympie. Dogs are permitted in most areas in the Amamoor State Forest, as long as they are on a leash and under control at all times. Please ensure that you carry a doggy bag when walking your dog and pick up any doggy 'do's, to be disposed of responsibly.

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
Amamoor in the heart of the Mary Valley - Image: author


Things to do:

Walkers can explore the park on several walking tracks and forest roads provide opportunities for horse riders and mountain bike riders. The Amamoor forests include dry forests, riverine rainforests and hoop and bunya pine plantations. Please see Amamoor Area Parks and Forests Map below for camping and walking locations.

Amama day-use area - Amama walk 1.5km return (allow 40 minutes);
Cedar Grove camping area - Rainforest walk 1km return (allow 30 minutes) and Cedar Grove hiking trail, 4.6km return (allow four hours); and
Amamoor Creek camping area - Amamoor Creek hiking trail, 2.5km (allow two and a half hours).

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
Amamoor camping and walking locations - Image: www.findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au


What else is special here:

Besides the walking areas, Amamoor State Forest is also available for camping. There are two camping areas in Amamoor State Forest - Cedar Grove camping area and Amamoor Creek camping area. Please note that dogs are NOT permitted at Cedar Grove camping area.
Book a campsite online here, through Queensland National Parks.

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
Refreshing waterholes at Amamoor State Forest - Image: Trevor Hatfield > www.findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au


Picnic facilities are provided next to Amamoor Creek at Amama day-use area. The picnic facilities here include barbecues, picnic tables, toilets and tap water. Please bring your own fuel stove or clean, milled firewood.

Good to know tips:

If you are looking for a quiet escape, avoid visiting Amamoor State Forest in the week leading up to and during the annual Gympie Music Muster event, held in the last week of August. This popular music event transforms the area around Amamoor Creek camping area and attracts thousands of campers and visitors to the park.

2. Brooyar State Forest

Where:

Brooyar State Forest is located in the scenic Mary Valley and is only twenty minutes north-west of Gympie or two and a half hours drive north of Brisbane.

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Brooyar State Forest Map - Image: www.parks.des.qld.gov.au


Things to do:

Discover the scenic forests within the Brooyar State Forest, with sandstone cliffs, tall eucalypt forests, rainforests and hoop pine plantations. A lookout point on top of the cliffs provides spectacular views to the west. Popular abseiling sites are also located within the Brooyar State Forest. The quiet retreat camping area lies in the hills between Widgee and Glastonbury Creeks and consists of rainforest, open eucalypt forest and hoop pine plantations.

What else is special here:

Glastonbury Creek flows beside the small camping area, which offers a great setting for a tranquil get-away camping experience. The shallow, sandy stretches of Glastonbury Creek are home to platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, freshwater turtles, eels and fish.

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
Glastonbury Creek, a feature next to the camping area - Image: Ross Naumann, QPWS volunteer > www.parks.des.qld.gov.au


During summer, flowering trees adjoining the day-use area, colour the forest with rich reds and yellows in black bean trees and spectacular orange flowers are to be found in the silky oaks. Across the creek a grove of white cedar trees transform into a mass of yellow as their leaves turn in autumn.

Camping is available near the banks of the Glastonbury Creek. Toilets, fire rings and non-potable water is provided; you only need to bring your own drinking water and clean-milled firewood for the fire rings. Campers are not permitted to collect firewood from the forest as this is illegal. This camping area is suitable for caravans and motor homes and of course, our four-legged family members are permitted on leashes.

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
Sandstone cliffs at Brooyar - Image: Ross Naumann, QPWS volunteer > www.parks.des.qld.gov.au


To find out more about Glastonbury Creek camping area, please click here and to book a campsite through Queensland National Parks, please click here.

3. Cordalba State Forest

Where:

Cordalba State Forest is located in the Burnett Valley between Childers and Gin Gin and is approximately 327km north of Brisbane. For route instructions from either Childers or Bundaberg, please click here.

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Cordalba State Forest map, showing Promisedland mountain bike trails - Image: www.parks.des.qld.gov.au


Things to do:

With rugged hills of open eucalypt woodland, Cordalba State Forest provides a peaceful day trip or adventurer's retreat. You can spotlight for possums and gliders at night and go mountain biking or birdwatching during the day. Birdwatchers will have plenty to see at Cordalba State Forest, hopefully catching glimpses of either the yellow-tufted honeyeaters or the barking owls.

The mountain bike trail network at Cordalba State Forest is called the Promisedland and provides visitors to the park with a diverse range of trails ideal for bike riders of all abilities.

Horse riding is another leisurely way to experience the wonders of the bush at Cordalba State Forest.

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
Mountain bike riders on the Joey trail in Cordalba State Forest - Image: John Gatley > www.parks.des.qld.gov.au


What else is special here:

Walking is permitted at Cordalba State Forest on all management roads and trails, unless signage indicates otherwise. Remote bushwalking is also permitted for the physically fit - navigational experience; a topographic map, GPS and compass are essential pre-requisites when bushwalking at Cordalba.

On the western side of Cordalba State forest is the Cordalba National Park, which is home to one of Queensland's rarest trees, the endangered Isis tamarind.

There is no formal camping location at Cordalba State Forest, but bush camping is permitted in the forest. As no camping facilities are provided, visitors need to ensure that they are totally self-sufficient for bush camping.

Our four-legged furry family members are permitted at Cordalba State Forest, provided they are on a leash and under control at all times.

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Ensure you and your best mate are self-sufficient and take plenty of water - Image: MatanVizel > Pixabay License


Good to know tips:

Mobile phone reception is not reliable in Cordalba State Forest;
Help can be hours away;
The roads and management trails are suitable for trail bikes, mountain bikes, horses and high-clearance four-wheel-drive vehicles;
Access into the forest is not permitted in wet weather or in conditions where vehicle tracks sink more than 2cm into the road surface;
Be self-sufficient - carry enough food and water, pack a first-aid kit, sunscreen, insect repellant, sturdy shoes, hat and raincoat;
Take portable toilets if bush camping and remove waste from the State forest;
Camping permits are required (fees applicable), before setting up camp - book your campsite online here

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
The stunning Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area - Image: www.findapark.npsr.qld.gov


4. Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area

Where:

Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area is about 250km north of Brisbane and about 9km north of the town of Rainbow Beach, opposite the southern tip of World Heritage-listed Fraser Island.

Things to do:

Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area offers clean beaches, good fishing and coastal camping. The surrounding waters in this area are rich in sea life, making Inskip Peninsula a very popular fishing destination.

Take long walks along the beaches at Inskip, especially at sunrise and sunset.

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Walk dogs on a leash to protect local wildlife - Image: QLD Govt > www.findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au


The Inskip Peninsula offers excellent opportunities for viewing wildlife, especially birds. Flocks of resident and migratory shorebirds are often seen resting and roosting along the coastal beaches. Look out for the black-breasted button-quail - considered to be a vulnerable species - that rotates on one foot, leaving distinct circular depressions, as it scratches in leaf litter for seeds and insects.

What else is special here:

Inskip Peninsula is a narrow, sandy finger of land built up by wind and waves. It forms a natural breakwater at the entrance to Tin Can Inlet and Great Sandy Strait. Inskip is a fifteen-minute drive from Rainbow Beach and provides a gateway to the World Heritage-listed, Fraser Island. Beach she-oaks, cypress pine and other coastal trees and shrubs give shade to the very popular camping areas, which are encircled by open ocean beaches and sheltered estuary shores.

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Inskip Peninsula is a narrow, sandy finger of land built up by wind and waves - Image: QLD Govt > www.findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au


For thousands of years, Inskip and nearby Cooloola have been special places for Aboriginal people. As a result of timber-getting, agriculture and sandmining, these areas have undergone many changes in the last one hundred and fifty years. Today, Inskip protects valuable coastal ecosystem remnants and is ranked as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Queensland.

All camping areas within Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area require a camping permit and fees are applicable. To book your camp site online, please click here.

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Any closer to the water and you will get your togs wet! Image: QLD Govt > www.findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au


And the most special thing is….our four-legged family members are also permitted at Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, with their very own dog-friendly zone between First and Third cuttings, in the Cooloola Recreation Area. Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted in vehicles traversing the Cooloola Recreation Area, so drivers need to select an alternate route to Rainbow Beach, to avoid penalties for having a dog in a recreation area. Do not allow dogs to chase birds or other wildlife - please keep your dog in line to avoid a fine.

Good to know tips:

Swimming in the ocean at Inskip Peninsula is not recommended as there are no regularly patrolled swimming areas, except at specific times on a section of beachfront - which will be clearly signed - in front of the Rainbow Beach township;
Inskip is very popular for power boat and jet ski users, who may not be able to see swimmers in the water
Campfires are permitted at Inskip, except when a fire prohibition is in place.

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
Many well-known seabirds call the sheltered estuary at Inskip, home - Image: QLD Govt > www.findapark.npsr.qld.gov.au


5. Samford Conservation Park

Where:

Approximately twenty kilometres north-west of Brisbane's city centre, adventurers will find Samford Conservation Park.

Things to do:

With Samford Conservation Park within such close proximity to Brisbane, it provides a perfect day-trip escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Pack a picnic basket and enjoy a barbecue at the Ironbark Gully picnic area or take a walk through the ironbark forest for the opportunity to see some native wildlife, that live in the park. Horse riding and mountain-bike riding is permitted on all shared trails in the Samford Conservation Park, unless otherwise signed.

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Ironbark Gully picnic area and walking tracks map - Image: www.parks.des.qld.gov.au


What else is special here:

The land in and around the Samford Conservation Park is steeped in history - it is believed that this area was known as 'Kupidabin', an Aboriginal word from the Waka language, which means the 'place of possums'.

Samford Conservation Park was used by travellers in a by-gone era, with a train line running through the park, from Camp Mountain to Ferny Grove, in the early to mid 1900's. This train line was operational until the late 1940's when it was closed down, after a train derailment.

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Ironbark Gully picnic area - Image: James Fitzpatrick > QLD Govt www.parks.des.qld.gov.au


Today, Samford Conservation Park is a popular place for many activities including horse riding and mountain-bike riding as well as being a fabulous spot for families to enjoy a day out, and that includes our furry family members too, as long as they are on a leash.

Happy adventuring with your four-legged family members and remember: a tired dog is a happy dog!

Dog-friendly State Forests and Parks in Queensland, National Parks, on a leash, Amamoor State Forest and Forest Reserve, Gympie, walking, mountain biking, horse riding, camping, Amamoor Creek camping area, picnic facilities, day-use, Brooyar State Forest, Mary Valley, Glastonbury Creek, platypus, crayfish, long-armed shrimp, turtles, eels, fish, Cordalba State Forest, Childers, Gin Gin, bird watching, Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area, Rainbow Beach, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, beaches, coastal camping, Samford Conservation Park, Samford, day trip, steeped in history, happy adventuring, a tired dog is a happy dog
A tired dog is a happy dog - Image: mathey > Pixabay License

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When: Most State Forests and Parks in Queensland are open 24/7 - check websites for weather 'Park Alerts'
Where: Amamoor, Mary Valley, Burnett Valley, Rainbow Beach, Samford
Cost: FREE entry | Camping fees are applicable in certain areas
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