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Glen Rock State Forest

Photo: Robert Ashdown, Queensland Government.Photo: Robert Ashdown, Queensland Government.

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Glen Rock State Forest is 42 km south of Gatton

What's special

Glen Rock State Forest is situated at the head of Tenthill Valley and adjoins the World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park.

The park, thought to be named after a prominent volcanic rock outcrop, was purchased by the State Government in 1996. It was declared state forest in 2011, providing open space to the public of South East Queensland for a range of recreational purposes, including walking, camping and horseriding.

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Last updated
22 February 2016