Walk with Wild Macadamias

In an exciting new initiative from the Macadamia Conservation Trust and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, visitors to Amamoor State Forest in the lovely Mary Valley can experience macadamia trees growing in their original habitat via the new Walk with Wild Macadamias trail.

Walk with Wild Macadamias

The Walk with Wild Macadamias trail starts across the road from the picnic ground at the Amama day-use area – look for the sign at the entrance (pictured below). 

Experiencing Walk with Wild Macadamias only takes 10 minutes, walking through shaded rainforest to the creek and back over a distance of about 540m. 

If you have the time and are well prepared, you can extend the walk to visit a giant fig tree, a cascading creek, or do the whole Amama walk – please check the National Parks Amama walk page to decide which walks are right for you.  


May 11, 2022 at 6:00pm - 9pm