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Five Rocks. Photo: Maxime Coquard, Tourism and Events Queensland

Byfield National and Regional Park and State Forest

Sing around a camp fire

Enjoy a sing-along at Byfield National and Regional Park and State Forest, one of Queensland’s unofficial ‘best places to enjoy a camp fire’. Don’t forget to bring your own firewood. Here, the inspiration to ‘sing like nobody can hear you’ is probably stronger than ever! Explore by foot or by 4WD to enjoy brilliant coastal scenery, and find your own special camping spot, destined to become a family favourite. Massive sand blows, a chance to take a refreshing dip in Findlays or Freshwater creeks, the opportunity to surf or kayak, and the wide choice of walking tracks—from easy afternoon walks to something more challenging—are just some of the attractions here.

Location and getting there

70km NE of Rockhampton. Access is from the Yeppoon-Byfield Road, via Yeppoon from Rockhampton.

Visitor facilities and opportunities

ToiletsPicnic areaCampingCaravan/camper trailer/campervan sitesShort or easy walksHikesCyclingFishingHorseridingWheelchair access

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