National Parks - Mackay / Proserpine

Brampton Islands National Park

Rugged peaks provide magnificent views to nearby islands, secluded bays and turquoise waters. This park protects Brampton and Carlisle islands and is a natural haven for diverse plants and animals.

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Cape Hillsborough National Park

This ruggedly scenic park includes rainforest, eucalypt forest, beaches, rocky headlands covered in hoop pines, and volcanic rock formations. Visitors ... | Campsite booking

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Cape Palmerston National Park

... home to the distinctive 344 m Mount Funnel and includes rocky headlands, a range of lowland vegetation and beaches adjoining the Great Barrier Reef Marine ... | Campsite booking

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Cape Upstart National Park

... features a granite headland, vegetation types ranging from vine thicket to heath, beach scrub and coastal dunes. There is no vehicle access within the ... | Campsite booking

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Cathu State Forest

... situated along the Clarke Range behind the Whitsunday coast, is a quiet bush retreat with opportunities for wildlife watching, camping, scenic drives ... | Campsite booking

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Conway National Park

Rainforest-clad hills, secluded beaches and panoramic outlooks over the scenic Whitsunday Passage can be found at Conway National Park. | Campsite booking

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Crediton State Forest

... includes a section of the 56 km Mackay Highlands Great Walk. Camping is permitted and horseriding is permitted on open roads and tracks. | Campsite booking

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Dryander National Park

... a large coastal park north of Proserpine, provides habitat for the endangered Proserpine rock wallaby. There is no vehicle access to the park. Self-sufficient ... | Campsite booking

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Eungella National Park

... protects the Eungella dayfrog, Mackay tulip oak, Eungella spiny cray, Eungella honeyeater and the platypus. Camping is permitted. Walking tracks form part ... | Campsite booking

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Gloucester Islands National Park

... in the Whitsundays, is home to a colony of endangered Proserpine rock-wallabies. Camping is permitted, with limited facilities provided. Activities include ... | Campsite booking

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Holbourne Island National Park

... a remote and isolated Great Barrier Reef island, is a major nesting area for turtles and birds. Camping is not permitted and there are no facilities. Highlights ...

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Homevale National Park

... located 70km south-west of Mackay near Nebo. Information includes access, features, camping and accommodation, facilities, activities, walking and recreation ... | Campsite booking

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Lindeman Islands National Park

... in the Whitsundays, protects fourteen islands featuring rainforest, open forest, grasslands and wetlands. Self-sufficient camping is permitted, with limited ... | Campsite booking

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Mackay Highlands Great Walk

... 56 km long, starting in Eungella National Park and including Homevale National Park and Crediton State Forest. Walk from north to south to follow track ... | Campsite booking

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Mackay Islands National Parks

Mackay islands national parks include Brampton Islands National Park, Newry Islands National Park, Smith Islands National Park and South Cumberland Islands ...

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Mia Mia State Forest

... lies in the foothills of the Clarke Range west of Mackay. Self-sufficient bush camping is permitted and there are scenic forest drives. | Campsite booking

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Molle Islands National Park

... a group of continental islands lying off the Queensland coast 10 km east of Airlie Beach. Information includes access, features, camping, facilities, activities ... | Campsite booking

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Newry Islands National Park

... located close to the coast north-west of Mackay. The islands are a popular boating destination, with bush camping and opportunities for wildlife watching. | Campsite booking

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Repulse Islands National Park

... encompasses three small islands south of Cape Conway, lying off the Queensland coast 35 km south-south-east of Airlie Beach. Self-sufficient camping is ... | Campsite booking

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Smith Islands National Park

... located 30km north-east of Seaforth. The islands and surrounding waters are part of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Information includes access ... | Campsite booking

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South Cumberland Islands National Park

... located 60km north-east of Mackay. Rugged headlands, eucalypt forest, dry rainforest and rolling grasslands give way to long, sandy beaches and fringing reef. | Campsite booking

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Whitsunday Great Walk

The Whitsunday Great Walk is located approximately 25 km east of Proserpine. The Whitsunday Great Walk takes you on a 30 km journey through Conway State ... | Campsite booking

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Whitsunday Islands National Park

... a group of continental islands lying off the Queensland coast 25 km east of Airlie Beach. | Campsite booking

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Whitsunday Ngaro Sea Trail

... includes seaways and picturesque walks across Whitsunday, South Molle and Hook islands. The Trail has several camping areas that provide easy access to ...| Campsite booking

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