Parchi nazionali

Con più di 1.000 parchi nazionali all'interno dei nostri confini statali, le occasioni per incontrare animali selvatici rari nel loro habitat naturale sono sempre dietro l'angolo. Esplorate le grotte vulcaniche, rilassatevi su alcune delle spiagge più famose del mondo o infilatevi gli scarponi e raggiungete uno dei nostri Great Walk.

Lo sapevate? Cinque dei 16 siti australiani patrimonio naturale mondiale si trovano nel nostro territorio, uno dei quali sono le Gondwana Rainforests of Australia, che includono bellezze naturali come i Parchi nazionali di Lamington, Springbrook, Mt Barney e Main Rain.

Perché non inserire questi parchi nazionali, che rientrano tra le attrazioni principali del Queensland, in cima alla vostra lista di cose da vedere?

  • Finch Hatton Gorge, Parco nazionale di Eungella
  • Lawn Hill Gorge, Parco nazionale di Boodjamulla (Parco nazionale di Lawn Hill)
  • Natural Bridge, Parco nazionale di Springbrook
  • Carnarvon Gorge, Parco nazionale di Carnarvon
  • Wallaman Falls, Parco nazionale di Girringun
  • Green Mountains Section, Parco nazionale di Lamington
  • Mossman Gorge, Parco nazionale di Daintree
  • Boolomba Falls Walk, Parco nazionale di Conodale
  • Kondalilla Falls Circuit, Parco nazionale di Kondalilla

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Boat Mountain Regional Park

Murgon, South Burnett Area
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This distinctive flat-topped ridge, shaped like an upturned boat, is a landmark near Murgon. Rising to a height of 589 metres, Boat Mountain is covered in dry rainforest with areas of open eucalypt forest.

Wongi State Forest and Forest Reserve

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
In Wongi National Park and Forest Reserve, beautiful waterholes fringed by paperbarks and rushes are surrounded by eucalypt forest and exotic pine plantations. In the heart is Lake Lenthall, which provides the water supply for Hervey Bay.

Wet Tropics

Mossman, Douglas Area
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The Wet Tropics World Heritage property extends from Townsville to Cooktown on the north-east coast of Queensland and covers almost 900,000 hectares. The area is a region of spectacular scenery with fast-flowing rivers, deep gorges, numerous waterfalls and mountain summits providing expansive rainforest views.

Hell Hole Gorge National Park

Adavale, Quilpie Area
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Hell Hole Gorge is part of the Powell plateau which forms part of the Grey Range. The deeply incised Powell Creek with steep, dissected escarpments and vertical cliffs up to 45 metres high drains through the centre of the area along with the smaller Spencers and Gorge Creek.

Licuala State Forest

Mission Beach, Cassowary Coast Area
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Licuala State Forest boasts several enjoyable walking tracks. Enjoy the native wildlife of the area as you walk around the forest…the Ulysses butterfly, cassowaries and green tree frogs. Be sure to look upwards to enjoy the sunlight shining through the beautiful palm leaves…it's truly remarkable!

Mount Fox

Ingham, Hinchinbrook Area
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Located south-west of Ingham, Mount Fox was created by a violent volcanic explosion about 100000 years ago. In the explosion, a lava flow 10 metres thick spewed from the southern end of the crater and chunks of molten magma were thrown out of the volcano's vent.

Bees on Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
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Keswick Island is home to thriving hives of purebred Caucasian bees. Unlike bees on the Australian mainland, these bees are free of many other diseases and are sometimes used as breeding stock for the mainland colonies.

Condamine Gorge '14 River Crossing'

Killarney, Southern Downs Area
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Accessible by four-wheel-drive vehicles only, the Condamine Gorge's '14 River Crossings' track is appropriately named after the 14 river crossings you have to make exploring this beautiful part of the Gorge.
Located 20 minutes drive from the Ipswich City, the Flinders-Goolman Conservation Estate covers over 2,200 hectares. The conservation estate supports extensive forests and rugged volcanic peaks and slopes including Flinders Peak, Mt Blaine, Mt Catherine and Mt Goolman.

Smalleys Beach

Cape Hillsborough, Mackay Area
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Smalleys Beach is situated approximately 35 kilometres north of Mackay and is part of the Hibiscus Coast. This secluded beach is also located in the Cape Hillsborough National Park and offers limited camping sites.
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