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Australia - Queensland
BUNYA MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK

 

 

ABOVE: Catbird sounds in the Bunya Mountains

 

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INTRODUCTION:

The Bunya Mountains National Park is located some 250km north west of Brisbane and covers some 11 500 hectares, including the Bunya Pine Rainforests.

The Visitors Centre is open from 8am to 4.30pm.

 

ABOVE: An introduction to the Bunyah Mountains

 

ABOVE: Footage of the Bunya Mountains

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ABOVE: Sights of the Bunya Mountains

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CAMPING FACILITIES:

Dandabah Camping Ground is the main camping area in the park with BBQs, toilets, showers and close to the information centre.

The Westcott Camping Area has picnic tables, toilets and BBQs.

Burtons Well Caping Area has showers of sort.

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ABOVE: Morning fog in the Bunya Mountains

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UPDATED: 10 May 2014

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