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Parks and forests with camp fires permitted west of Brisbane

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Listing 3 parks.

Park name Facilities
Barakula State Forest
…45km north-west of Chinchilla. Information includes access, features camping and accommodation, facilities, activities, walking and recreational opportunities…
  • Icon to show park has facility: Camping
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Easy or short walks
  • Icon to show park has facility: Hiking
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Fishing
  • Icon to show park has facility: Cycling
  • Icon to show park has facility: Trail bikes permitted
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Canoeing/kayaking
  • Icon to show park has facility: Horseriding permitted
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Dogs permitted on leash
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Toilets
  • Icon to show park has facility: Camp fires permitted
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Wheelchair access
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Picnic area
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Barbecue - wood/fuel/coin
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Generators permitted
  • Icon to show park has facility: Caravan / camper trailer / campervan sites
Glen Rock State Forest
…situated at the head of Tenthill Valley, adjoins the World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park. It was declared state forest in 2011, providing open…
  • Icon to show park has facility: Camping
  • Icon to show park has facility: Easy or short walks
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Hiking
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Fishing
  • Icon to show park has facility: Cycling
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Trail bikes permitted
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Canoeing/kayaking
  • Icon to show park has facility: Horseriding permitted
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Dogs permitted on leash
  • Icon to show park has facility: Toilets
  • Icon to show park has facility: Camp fires permitted
  • Icon to show park has facility: Wheelchair access
  • Icon to show park has facility: Picnic area
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Barbecue - wood/fuel/coin
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Generators permitted
  • Icon to show park has facility: Caravan / camper trailer / campervan sites
Lake Broadwater Conservation Park
…includes Lake Broadwater which is the only large, naturally-occurring freshwater lake on the Darling Downs. The park, a refuge for waterbirds and other…
  • Icon to show park has facility: Camping
  • Icon to show park has facility: Easy or short walks
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Hiking
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Fishing
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Cycling
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Trail bikes permitted
  • Icon to show park has facility: Canoeing/kayaking
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Horseriding permitted
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Dogs permitted on leash
  • Icon to show park has facility: Toilets
  • Icon to show park has facility: Camp fires permitted
  • Icon to show park has facility: Wheelchair access
  • Icon to show park has facility: Picnic area
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Barbecue - wood/fuel/coin
  • Icon to show park does not have facility: Generators permitted
  • Icon to show park has facility: Caravan / camper trailer / campervan sites

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Last updated:
29 April 2020