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Capricorn Coast National Park

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View from Bluff Point. Photo courtesy of Lisa Scott.

View from Bluff Point. Photo courtesy of Lisa Scott.


'Mayimbagu Dharumbal nunthi'

Traditional Owners—the Darumbal people—welcome you to their country and ask that you respect and enjoy Capricorn Coast National Park.


A series of small reserves along the Capricorn Coast between Yeppoon to just south of Emu Park

What's special

Coastal volcanic headlands with intriguing rock formations, scenic lookouts and a variety of short walks through diverse plant communities along the coast are highlights of a visit to Capricorn Coast National Park.

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Last updated
15 May 2012