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Clump Mountain National Park

View from Bicton Hill summit. Photo: Julie Swartz, Queensland Government.View from Bicton Hill summit. Photo: Julie Swartz, Queensland Government.

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The Djiru Aboriginal people, the Traditional Owners of Clump Mountain National Park, welcome you and ask that you respect their special place.


215km north of Townsville or 134km south of Cairns.

What's special

This park features iconic Bicton Hill, where visitors can experience tropical lowland rainforest, spectacular coastal views over Bingil Bay and the Family Islands, and birdwatching opportunities.

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Last updated
28 March 2017