Latest COVID-19 impacts—Qld national parks, state forests and recreation areas. Check the latest information and updates.
Things to do
Camping is not permitted at Yarraman State Forest.
Accommodation is available in Yarraman and Nanango and at farm stays out of town. See the tourism information links below or consult the local telephone directory or the internet.
Picnic and day-use areas
Enjoy a picnic or barbecue under a shady tree at Rogers Park. Shelter sheds, toilets, picnic tables, water (treat before drinking) and wood barbecues are provided. Bring your own firewood or fuel stove.
There are no defined walking tracks in Yarraman State Forest, however walkers can use logging and service tracks.
For your safety, never walk on the road between Rogers Park and the D'Aguilar Highway. Entry into harvesting areas is not permitted. Obey all signs.
Whether driving or picnicking, a great variety of birdlife can be seen within the towering hoop pine plantations and dense vine forests.
See nature, culture and history for details about Yarraman State Forest's diverse wildlife.
Other things to do
Registered four-wheel-drive vehicles and trail bikes, horses and bicycles may be driven or ridden on formed roads in this forest. A special permit is not required unless it is a commercial activity, an organised event or a competitive event.
Conditionally registered vehicles are not permitted. The driver or rider must also hold a valid licence to operate the vehicle. Motorised activities are restricted to formed roads only.
Entry into harvesting areas is not permitted. Obey all signs.
- There are currently no park alerts for this park.