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Listing 10 parks.

Park name Facilities
Family Islands National Park, Around Townsville
…a chain of scenic continental islands, close to the Wet Tropics. Dunk Island is the largest; other islands include Wheeler (Toolgbar), Coombe, Smith (Kurrumbah)…
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Finucane Island National Park, North Queensland
…includes estuarine wetlands, which provide fisheries and waterbird habitats. There are no access roads into the park, no tracks within the park and camping…
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Fitzroy Island National Park, North Queensland
…and the surrounding marine waters are in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Recreation activities include walking, boating, snorkelling, diving…
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Flinders Group National Park (CYPAL), Cape York Peninsula
Flinders Group National Park comprises seven islands: Flinders, Stanley, Blackwood, Maclear, Denham, King and Clack islands. Camping is permitted on Flinders…
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Forest Den National Park, Outback Queensland
…located 100 km north of Aramac, is a birdwatcher's paradise, which protects Mitchell grass plains, gidgee woodlands and waterholes lined by coolibah trees…
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Fort Lytton National Park, Around Brisbane
…an important historic site located on the southern bank of the Brisbane River. Built in 1881 and used for the defence of Brisbane until the end of the…
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Forty Mile Scrub National Park, North Queensland
…features volcanic flows, grassy woodland, creeks headwaters, and a near-threatened pocket of semi-evergreen vine-thicket. There is a walking track…
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Frankland Group National Park, North Queensland
…consists of five continental islands: High, Normanby, Mabel, Round and Russell. The islands feature rocky outcrops, rainforest, mangroves and coastal vegetation…
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Fraser Island Great Walk, Sunshine Coast
The stunning Fraser Island World Heritage Area is the setting for the Fraser Island Great Walk that winds 90km between Dilli Village and Happy Valley.
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Fraser Island, Great Sandy National Park, Sunshine Coast
Fraser Island in the Great Sandy National Park is located 300km north of Brisbane and 15km off the coast of Hervey Bay. Fraser Island is the world's largest…
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Last updated:
18 October 2017