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Auburn River National Park

Auburn River National Park. Photo: Robert Ashdown, NPSRAuburn River National Park. Photo: Robert Ashdown, NPSR

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About 410km north-west of Brisbane, or 255km west of Maryborough.

What's special

The scenic Auburn River flows through a steep-sided gorge, tumbling over massive, water-sculpted, salmon-coloured granite boulders. The gorge and river are the park’s most striking landscape features. The park protects a western hardwood forest, now uncommon in the area, and provides habitat for many plants and animals.

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Last updated
15 October 2013