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Brisbane - Mt Mee Forrest Reserve
At the northern end of
the D’Aguilar Range, Mt Mee State Forest and Forest Reserve contains
beautiful open forests, scribbly gum forests, rainforest remnants, hoop pine
plantations and picturesque creek scenery.
Go bushwalking. Find out about the forest along the Piccabeen walk. Enjoy magnificent views over Lakes Somerset and Wivenhoe along the Somerset trail. Discover the rainforest along the Mills rainforest walk.
Choose from two small camping areas in the forest. Neurum Creek is 6km from the Gantry picnic area. Tent sites, toilets, fire rings, firewood, bins and water are provided.
You can also camp beside Neurum Creek at Archer camping area, 16km from the Gantry picnic area along Loveday’s Road. Obtain a camping permit and permit to traverse the forest beforehand. Toilets, barbecues and firewood are provided. Boil the creek water for five minutes before drinking. Both camping areas are unsuitable for caravans or camper trailers.
Enjoy the view over the picturesque Neurum Valley and Bulls Falls from the Falls Lookout, 1km past the picnic area. Access to the lookout is by a 500m walking track along a four-wheel-drive road. Vehicle permits are required
Mt Mee is about 90 minutes’ drive or 60km north-west of Brisbane.
Webpage: Mt Mee Forest Reserve
Parks and Wildlife Service