Amamoor State Forest


State Forest within SE QLD Region.

Popular Walks


Any interesting history for the region?


What are the standout bushwalking features?


How do you get there? Include all access points if there are many?


See QLD GOV link below


This is only a 1.5 hours drive from the sunshine coast, a tourism hub in SE QLD with plenty of accommodation.



Contact details

Queensland Government Parks and Forests [Amamoor State Forest] link:

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2.2 km return
40 mins

Amama Walking Trail

Follow the pleasant Amama creek up to a set of cascades then up to Diamondfield Lookout.

2.5 km return
45 mins

Amamoor Creek

This walk starts across the road from the main stage at the top of the hill at the muster site, and winds up hill through thick bush allowing no views. Crossing a couple of dry creeks,(even though there has been rain here)until it hits a foresty road and follows it up another hill, before you start the down hill run. A lot of bunya pine and little else. the track is well defined.

8 km return
2 hrs

Amamoor State Forest Lookout

This is a shared trail for 4wd , Motorbikes , horse riders and hikers. This one starts opposite the 2nd car park entrance of Amama day-use area. You noticed a gate when looking up, just follow.
Follow the track to the right at the first intersection , then to the left at second intersection , then again keep following to the left. You will hit a rather steep section again full of rocks and gravel leading up to the lookout tower. Notice there's currently no ladder to get into the tower yet still have nice views though.

4.6 km
2 hrs

Cedar Grove

4.6klm of rain forest. The first kilometer is a rise of 327mtrs above sea-level, which makes that about a 25% incline. The rest is a gentle downhill slope that flattens out to the forest floor.

1 km one-way
30 mins

Cedar Grove Rainforest Walk

Short walk in the rainforest and a few spots to access the creek that surrounds the campsite.

8.8 m return
2 hrs

Mt Little Baldy

Long winding overgrown ( lantana )and seems unused forestry track leading to top of mountain which has limited views due to trees and growth yet a very peaceful walk in the State Forest.
When you get at the beginning of the Amamoor State Forest , where the sign is located right had side of road , you will find 2 tracks , facing them take the right one. Go through barbwire gate and simply follow the track up. Decent footwear required !