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QLD Sunshine Coast - Beerburrum State Forest Park

Exotic pine plantations, open forest, rainforest and coastal wallum remnants and the scenic Glass House Mountains make Beerburrum State Forest and Forest Reserve in the Sunshine Coast lowlands a picturesque place to visit.


Go for a scenic drive. Signs indicate points of interest. Stop at the Glasshouse Mountains Lookout for the best, most accessible view in the area.

Have a picnic here in the grassy open forest. Toilets, picnic tables, drinking water and wood barbecues are provided. Firewood is supplied.

Enjoy magnificent views over the coastal lowlands from the Glass House Mountains, Wild Horse Mountain or Beerburrum Mountain Lookouts. Walk through scribbly gum and wet sclerophyll forests around Glass House Mountains Lookout.

Camp or picnic among the pine trees at Coochin Creek camping area, on the east side of the highway, 3km upstream from the Pumicestone Passage. Grassy campsites suitable for caravans and tents, toilets, drinking water and barbecues are provided. Take insect repellent.

Horse riding, cycling, trail bike riding and four-wheel-driving are allowed by permit.

Dogs on a leash are allowed in the lookout picnic areas and walking tracks but not in the Coochin Creek picnic and camping area

Location

Beerburrum State Forest is about one hour’s drive north of Brisbane via the Bruce Highway and the Glass House Mountains Road.

Further Information

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
PO Box 15187
City East Q 4002

13 QGOV (13 74 68)