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Mount Spec, Paluma Range National Park

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Little Crystal Creek Bridge, Paluma Range National Park, Queensland. Photo Peter Lik, courtesy of Tourism Queensland.

Little Crystal Creek Bridge, Paluma Range National Park, Queensland. Photo Peter Lik, courtesy of Tourism Queensland.

Welcome

The Traditional Owners of Paluma Range National Park are the Nywaigi Aboriginal people. They welcome you to their country and ask that you respect and enjoy this place. The traditional name for the Paluma Range is Munan Gumburu, which means ‘misty mountain’, an apt description as morning mists are common.

Location

71 km north of Townsville and 46 km south of Ingham

What's special

Rising high above the coastal plains, cloaked in tropical rainforest and dissected by numerous streams, Mount Spec is the southernmost national park section in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.

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Last updated
8 October 2013