Parcs nationaux

Avec plus de 1000 parcs nationaux au sein de notre Etat, les possibilités de tomber sur de rares espèces naturelles ne manquent pas. Explorez des tunnels de lave souterrains, détendez-vous sur certaines de plages les plus connues au monde ou enfilez vos chaussures de marche et lancez-vous dans l’une de nos grandes randonnées (Great Walks).

Le saviez-vous ? Cinq des seize sites du patrimoine mondial d’Australie sont au Queensland et l’un d’entre eux est les forêts humides Gondwana. Elles englobent les perles de beauté que constituent Lamington, Springbrook, Mont Barney et les Main Rain National Parks.

Pourquoi ne pas faire figurer ces points forts des parcs nationaux du Queensland en tête de votre liste de choses à voir :

  • Gorge de Finch Hatton, Parc national d’Eungella
  • Gorge de Lawn Hill, Parc national de Boodjamulla (Parc national de Lawn Hill)
  • Natural Bridge, Parc national de Springbrook
  • George de Carnarvon, Parc national de Carnarvon
  • Cascades de Wallaman, Parc national de Girringun
  • Green Mountains Section, Parc national de Lamington
  • Gorge de Mossman, Parc national de Daintree
  • Randonnée des cascades de Boolomba, Parc national de Conodale
  • Circuit des cascades de Kondalilla, Parc national de Kondalilla

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Skyrail Rainforest Cableway

Smithfield, Cairns Area
From AU$55 - 82
Embark on a fascinating journey of discovery over and through the ancient Wet Tropics Rainforest. Enjoy a truly unique perspective of Australia’s World Heritage listed tropical rainforest, gliding mere metres above the pristine canopy before descending to explore the forest floor.

Daintree Discovery Centre

Cow Bay, Douglas Area
From AU$32 - 35
A multi-award winner, the Discovery Centre is nestled in the heart of the rainforest, 10 kilometres north of the Daintree River. The Centre is a 'must see' for anyone visiting the area and where you can experience the rainforest at every level - from the forest floor to the upper most reaches of the canopy.

Mon Repos Turtle Centre, Mon Repos Conservation Park

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
No visit to Mon Repos is complete without a stop at the turtle centre. Here you’ll learn heaps about marine turtles, and the conservation and research programs that are protecting them. You'll also find out how a colourful history and ancient connections have shaped the Mon Repos you see today.

Mamu Tropical Skywalk

Innisfail, Cassowary Coast Area
From AU$22 - 26
The Mamu Rainforest Canopy Walkway is a spectacular walk through the canopy of World Heritage rainforest. It is an iconic tourist attraction in the heart of the Wet Tropics. With a 350 metre long elevated walkway through the canopy, a cantilever, a 37 metre observation tower and more than 1200 metres of walking tracks, this attraction is a must do for anyone visiting the region.

Tangalooma Dolphin Feeding

Moreton Island, Brisbane Area
From AU$0 - 199
Moreton Bay is home to approximately 600 bottlenose dolphins and each evening as the sun begins to set across the water, a small pod makes their way to the shores of Tangalooma Island Resort. Since 1992, resort guests have had the opportunity to hand feed the dolphins as part of the Tangalooma wild dolphin feeding program.

David Fleay Wildlife Park

Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast Area
From AU$23.00 - 58.75
David Fleay Wildlife Park (a Best of Queensland Experiences), on Tallebudgera Creek near Burleigh Heads, on Queensland's Gold Coast, is a wildlife park with a difference! You can stroll through natural habitats and visit a nocturnal house to see some of Australia's most iconic wildlife.

Camooweal Caves National Park

Camooweal, Mount Isa Area
Free Entry
Wide expanses of Mitchell grass plains and spinifex woodland are protected in this park on the Barkly Tableland, a peaceful stopover for weary travellers and ideal for seasonal birdwatching. The park features caves and sinkholes that were formed when water percolated through 500 million year-old layers of soluble dolomite creating caverns linked by vertical shafts up to 75 metres deep.

Currawinya National Park

Hungerford, Bulloo Area
Free Entry
In Currawinya National Park, waterbirds and migratory shorebirds are drawn in their thousands to globally important wetlands in the otherwise dry and dusty mulga lands of south-western Queensland. Red sandplains and mulga scrubs beside long, dusty roads give little hint to the lakes, rivers and wetlands that make Currawinya one of Australia’s most important inland waterbird habitats.

Expedition National Park

Taroom, Banana Area
Free Entry
Rugged gorges with towering sandstone cliffs, spectacular views of the Carnarvon ranges, and colourful wildflowers in late winter and spring, are highlights of this rugged outback park, which includes Robinson Gorge, Lonesome and Beilba sections.

Mount Beerwah

Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast Area
Mount Beerwah is the highest of the 10 volcanic plugs that make up the Glass House Mountains. It has two peaks, the taller of which is 556 metres high making it one of the most visually prominent mountains in south-east Queensland.
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