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Coominglah State Forest

View over the valley of Three Moon Creek, from Hurdle Gully lookout. Photo: Beryl BleysView over the valley of Three Moon Creek, from Hurdle Gully lookout. Photo: Beryl Bleys

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Location

About 220 km west of Bundaberg, 19 km north of Monto and 76 km south-east of Biloela in Queensland, Australia.

What's special

Open eucalypt forest featuring spotted gum, ironbark and Gympie messmate, with grassy understorey. Within Coominglah State Forest lies Queensland's largest patch of semi-evergreen vine thicket with crows ash and bottle tree alliance. While officially called Scientific Area 33, locally it is fondly known as Hurdle Gully.

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Location of Coominglah State Forest within Queensland

Last updated
9 September 2014