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The Palms National Park

A beautiful stand of piccabeen palms is the key feature of The Palms National Park. Photo: K. Smith, Qld Govt.A beautiful stand of piccabeen palms is the key feature of The Palms National Park. Photo: K. Smith, Qld Govt.

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Location

About 210 km or two hours drive north-west of Brisbane, or 100 km north of Toowoomba.

What's special

The Palms National Park protects a small remnant of palm-filled subtropical rainforest and vine forest in a spring-fed gully in the headwaters of the Brisbane River. Birds, frogs, bats and other wildlife can be seen or heard when you picnic or take a short rainforest stroll.

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Last updated
22 November 2017