Beekeeping permits for state forests
You need a permit to keep beehives (apiaries) on both plantation and non-plantation lands in state native forests.
Contact the Customer Service Centre to apply for a permit.
Apiary site permits are issued under Section 35 (1) of the Forestry Act 1959.
View the apiary site locations online using Queensland Globe:
- Select Add layers.
- Enter 'Forest Products DAF apiary site' in the 'Filter layers by name' field.
Apiary site maps for the South-West Forest Management Area
Barakula area, covering:
- Jingi Jingi
Dunmore area, covering:
- Captains Mountain
- Cecil Plains
- Waar Waar
Inglewood area, covering:
- Cement Mills
- Mt Bodumba
- Mt Domville
- Ula Ula and Kinkora
Plantation forests on state-owned land
Permits are issued under Section 56 of the Forestry Act 1959.
- Last reviewed: 21 Jun 2023
- Last updated: 21 Jun 2023