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

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Location

Cania Gorge National Park is located 500km north-west of Brisbane, 25km north of Monto and 95km south-east of Biloela in Queensland, Australia.

What's special

Towering cliffs, ancient caves and sheltered gorges are highlights of this park. The park protects a valuable remnant of the Brigalow Belt, Aboriginal freehand art and varied habitats for wildlife. Short walks allow visitors to experience the natural sandstone features, quiet pools and dry rainforests.

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Last updated
27 September 2017