Coochin Creek Camping Ground

Cochin Creek Camping Ground Mount Beerwah National Park

Coochin Creek camping area in Beerwah State Forest provides a camping area that is ideal for visitors who enjoy fishing and boating. You can reach the camping area by conventional vehicle. Camp sites are numbered and individual camp site details are provided so visitors can book a site most suitable for their tent, camper trailer, campervan or caravan. A terraced area provides vantage points for fishing from the creek bank. It is also possible to launch a canoe into the creek.

Beerburrum and Beerwah State Forests include exotic pine plantations, open eucalypt forest, rainforest and coastal wallum remnants. Short walks explore the forests and lead to spectacular views of the Glass House Mountains area. At Coochin Creek camping and day-use area, the mangrove-lined creek provides a great place for fishing and exploring the waterway in canoes and small boats. The creek flows into the sheltered waters of Pumicestone passage in Moreton Bay Marine Park, an area known for its excellent boating and fishing opportunities. From the nearby creek bank, cast in your line in for bream, flathead and mangrove jack. Launch your canoe or kayak, or, if you have a small boat, launch from the boat ramp one kilometre upstream.

The Beerburrum and Beerwah State forests are within an ‘inter-urban break’—a 63,000-hectare area of mainly agricultural and forested landscapes, including a large proportion of public land which is mostly national park or State forest. The Inter-urban Break Outdoor Recreation Plan provides public land managers with a guide to work together to protect the natural beauty of the landscape while supporting a range of recreational opportunities in suitable locations.

The area is a protected and Domestic animals are not permitted at the camping area or adjoining day-use area. Many birds are animals live in this area.

Check park alerts for the latest information on access, closures and conditions.Coochin Creek camping area. Photo: Queensland Government.

Coochin Creek camping area.

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