About Glen Rock
Glen Rock State Forest preserves a diverse range of landforms, vegetation communities and wildlife. It stretches from the fertile flats of the Blackfellow, Shady, Flaggy and Black Duck creeks to the rugged gorges, ridges and high plateau country of the Great Dividing and Mistake ranges and borders Main Range National Park to the south.
The vegetation communities range from open woodlands and rocky escarpments to dry vine scrub and rainforest.
Vulnerable wildlife species such as the brush-tailed rock-wallaby (pictured), powerful owl and glossy black-cockatoo inhabit the area.
- Do not bring domestic animals (other than horses) into the park.
- Take rubbish home with you as no bins are provided.
- Camp in designated areas only.
- Stay on roads—do not cut corners or create new tracks.
- Use only the fireplaces provided.
- Everything in this forest is protected. Do not take or disturb plants and animals.
- Please provide your own firewood—do not collect wood from the park.
See caring for parks for more information about protecting our environment and heritage in parks.
Glen Rock State Forest is managed by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) under the Forestry Act 1959.
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