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Mount Etna Caves National Park

Mount Etna is the roosting site for more than 80 per cent of Australia's breeding population of little bent-wing bats. Photo: John Augusteyn, NPRSRMount Etna is the roosting site for more than 80 per cent of Australia's breeding population of little bent-wing bats. Photo: John Augusteyn, NPRSR

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Welcome

The Darumbal Aboriginal people welcome you to their traditional country and ask that you respect and enjoy this special place.

Location

Approximately 26 km north of Rockhampton

What's special

Limestone outcrops, decorated caves, rare bats and dry rainforest patches are now protected in a national park that once was the site of Australia’s longest running conservation battle.

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Last updated
9 December 2014