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Parks and forests within Mackay/Proserpine

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Brampton Islands National Park
…which includes Brampton and Carlisle islands, is protected in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.
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Cape Hillsborough National Park
This ruggedly scenic park includes rainforest, eucalypt forest, beaches, rocky headlands covered in hoop pines, and volcanic rock formations. Visitors…
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Cape Palmerston National Park
…home to the distinctive 344 m Mount Funnel and includes rocky headlands, a range of lowland vegetation and beaches adjoining the Great Barrier Reef Marine…
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Cape Upstart National Park
…features a granite headland, vegetation types ranging from vine thicket to heath, beach scrub and coastal dunes. There is no vehicle access within the…
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Cathu State Forest
…situated along the Clarke Range behind the Whitsunday coast, is a quiet bush retreat with opportunities for wildlife watching, camping, scenic drives…
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Conway circuit
The Conway circuit is located approximately 25km east of Proserpine. The Conway circuit takes you on a 27km journey through Conway National Park, starting…
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Conway National Park
Rainforest-clad hills, secluded beaches and panoramic outlooks over the scenic Whitsunday Passage can be found at Conway National Park.
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Conway State Forest
…now known as Conway National Park.
Crediton State Forest
…includes a section of the 56 km Mackay Highlands Great Walk. Camping is permitted and horseriding is permitted on open roads and tracks.
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Dryander National Park
…a large coastal park north of Proserpine, provides habitat for the endangered Proserpine rock wallaby. There is no vehicle access to the park. Self-sufficient…
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Eungella National Park
…protects the Eungella dayfrog, Mackay tulip oak, Eungella spiny cray, Eungella honeyeater and the platypus. Camping is permitted. Walking tracks form part…
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Gloucester Islands National Park
…in the Whitsundays, is home to a colony of endangered Proserpine rock-wallabies. Camping is permitted, with limited facilities provided. Activities include…
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Holbourne Island National Park
…a remote and isolated Great Barrier Reef island, is a major nesting area for turtles and birds. Camping is not permitted and there are no facilities. Highlights…
Homevale National Park
…located 70km south-west of Mackay near Nebo. Information includes access, features, camping and accommodation, facilities, activities, walking and recreation…
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Lindeman Islands National Park
…in the Whitsundays, protects fourteen islands featuring rainforest, open forest, grasslands and wetlands. Self-sufficient camping is permitted, with limited…
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Mackay Highlands Great Walk
…56 km long, starting in Eungella National Park and including Homevale National Park and Crediton State Forest. Walk from north to south to follow track…
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Mackay Islands National Parks
Mackay islands national parks include Brampton Islands National Park, Newry Islands National Park, Smith Islands National Park and South Cumberland Islands…
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Mia Mia State Forest
…lies in the foothills of the Clarke Range west of Mackay. Self-sufficient bush camping is permitted and there are scenic forest drives.
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Molle Islands National Park
…a group of continental islands lying off the Queensland coast 10 km east of Airlie Beach. Information includes access, features, camping, facilities, activities…
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Newry Islands National Park
…located close to the coast north-west of Mackay. The islands are a popular boating destination, with bush camping and opportunities for wildlife watching.
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Repulse Islands National Park
…encompasses three small islands south of Cape Conway, lying off the Queensland coast 35 km south-south-east of Airlie Beach. Self-sufficient camping is…
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Smith Islands National Park
…located 30km north-east of Seaforth. The islands and surrounding waters are part of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Information includes access…
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South Cumberland Islands National Park
…located 60km north-east of Mackay. Bush camping is allowed on Scawfell Island.
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Whitsunday Great Walk
The Whitsunday Great Walk is now known as the Conway circuit.
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Whitsunday Islands National Park
…a group of continental islands lying off the Queensland coast 25 km east of Airlie Beach.
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Whitsunday national park islands
…continental islands off the Queensland coast, are part of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area and home to the Whitsunday Ngaro Sea Trail, one of…
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Whitsunday Ngaro Sea Trail
…includes seaways and picturesque walks across Whitsunday, South Molle and Hook islands. The Trail has several camping areas that provide easy access to…
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Last reviewed
19 October 2015
Last updated
11 December 2012