Amamoor State Forest Sunshine Coast

Amamoor Creek is a tranquil feature that runs beside Amamoor State Forest’s camping and day-use areas. Photo credit: Trevor Hatfield © Queensland Government

Be inspired: ‘Paw-some’ camping fun for the whole family (and the dog) at Amamoor!

Hate having to start your holiday with a tear-jerking separation from your fur baby? Leaving your dog behind can be ‘ruff’, so don’t let it put a ‘paws’ on planning your next family camping trip! Photo credit: Trevor Hatfield © Queensland Government

Be inspired: Camping with your four-legged friend in South East Queensland

Does your dog love new adventures just like you? There’s no need to leave your pooch pining for you at home when there’s long walks, new smells, and plenty of exploring to be had by your four-legged friend. Photo credit: Trevor Hatfield © Queensland Government

Be inspired: Explore the Sunshine and Fraser coasts—your go-to weekend escapes!

They’re renowned for surf and sun-drenched beaches, and deservedly-so, but take a closer look and you’ll find the Sunshine and Fraser coasts have so much more in store! Photo credit: Adam Creed © Queensland Government

Things to do

Waterhole close to Cedar Grove camping area

Waterhole close to Cedar Grove camping area.

Photo credit: Ross Naumann, QPWS volunteer

Waterfall, Amama walk from the Amama day-use area, Amamoor State Forest

Waterfall, Amama walk from the Amama day-use area, Amamoor State Forest.

Photo credit: Ross Naumann, QPWS volunteer

Amamoor State Forest offers two great camping areas and a day-use area—all are sited close to Amamoor Creek and have access to walking tracks.

Several graded walking tracks offer the chance to explore remnant dry rainforests, open eucalypt forests, and pine plantations, view the cascading creeks, waterholes and a picturesque waterfall.

Walks from Amama day-use area

Walks from Cedar Grove camping area

Walks from Amamoor Creek camping area

Enjoy a picnic at the Amama day-use area

Enjoy a picnic at the Amama day-use area.

Photo credit: Ross Naumann, QPWS volunteer