state forests


Forests NSW invites you to visit the state forests of the Far South Coast. Breathe in the fresh forest smells and relax with nature as you enjoy the spectacular scenery.


Forests NSW maintains many recreation areas with a range of facilities including picnic tables, fireplaces, toilets and road access. Some sites have facilities for camping. There is an extensive network of roads and fire trails popular for four-wheel driving. You can pitch a tent for free, take your dog for a walk and see the sights by road, bike or on foot.

State forests of the Far South Coast with dedicated recreation areas:

Bondi State Forest — includes Bondi Forest Lodge
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East Boyd State Forest — includes Edrom Lodge, Scrubby Creek Picnic Area

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Nadgee State Forest — includes Ludwigs Creek Picnic Area, Maxwells Rainforest Walk

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Nullica State Forest — includes Broadwater Picnic Area

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Timbillica State Forest — includes Imlay Creek Picnic Area

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Yambulla State Forest — includes Newtons Crossing, Allan Brook

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Yurammie State Forest — includes Pambula River Picnic Area

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For further information contact Forests NSW Monaro Region, Bombala Office:
(02) 6458 3177


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