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Cania Gorge National Park

Open eucalypt woodland gives way to darker patches of dry rainforest scrub below the sandstone cliffs of Cania Gorge. Photo Robert Ashdown, NPRSROpen eucalypt woodland gives way to darker patches of dry rainforest scrub below the sandstone cliffs of Cania Gorge. Photo Robert Ashdown, NPRSR

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Location

The park is 500 km north-west of Brisbane, 25 km north of Monto and 95 km south-east of Biloela in Queensland, Australia.

What's special

Towering cliffs, ancient caves and sheltered gorges are highlights of this park, which preserves a valuable remnant of the Brigalow Belt, Aboriginal freehand art and varied habitats for wildlife.

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Last updated
20 March 2013