Byfield National Park and Byfield Conservation Park

Byfield, Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area

Byfield National Park and Byfield Conservation Park extend over 15,000 hectares. Boasting massive parabolic sand dunes (the oldest reaching more than five kilometres inland) and rugged pinnacles, the parks offer remote coastal camping opportunities. The area also supports many rare and endangered plants and animals and is the traditional home of the Darumbal Aboriginal people. These parks will delight birdwatchers. Sandy Point is part of an internationally recognised wetland and is a breeding site for migratory shorebirds. Endangered little terns roost on the coastal sands. Explore coastal features along walking tracks ranging from easy to difficult.

Go fishing. Enjoy camping at one of three camping areas. Camping fees apply; book in advance during school holidays. The national park and conservation park can be accessed by four wheel drive vehicles only.

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Byfield Road
Byfield, Capricorn Coast
Queensland
Australia

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