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Tuan State Forest

View from Hedleys camping area at low tide. Photo: Brian Tighe, Queensland Government.View from Hedleys camping area at low tide. Photo: Brian Tighe, Queensland Government.

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Location

Tuan State Forest is on the coast about 20 minutes drive south-east of Maryborough and 45 minutes drive north-east of Gympie.

What's special

The State forest includes extensive exotic pine plantations and small remnants of wallum heaths, melaleuca wetlands, banksia woodlands, and blue gum and scribbly gum open forest. Mangrove lined estuaries along the Great Sandy Strait provide great boating and fishing opportunities.

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Location of Tuan State Forest within Queensland

Last updated
15 November 2016