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About Mia Mia
This open eucalypt forest is rugged and accessible by four-wheel-drive vehicles only.
Fireclay Road got its name from local clay which was used to make bricks before hoop pine plantations were established here. The first plantations of about 12ha was established in 1934 and the last available area was planted in 1991.
- Avoid using soap, shampoo, toothpaste or detergent in or near creeks.
- Use fuel stoves only—campfires are prohibited.
- Everything in the park, living or dead, is protected. Please leave everything as you found it.
- Feeding wildlife is prohibited—it is harmful to their health.
- Please take rubbish with you when you leave the park and help by picking up rubbish left by others.
- No toilet facilities are provided at Mia Mia State Forest. When going to the toilet please ensure that you are at least 50 m away from creeks and watercourses.
- See the guidelines on caring for parks for more information about protecting our environment and heritage in parks.
Mia Mia State Forest was first gazetted in 2002 and is managed by the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sports and Racing.
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