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Australia - Queensland
IRON RABGE NATIONAL PARK

 

 

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Iron Range National Park is located on Cape York Peninsula in far north Queensland, some 700km north of Cairns. This is 4WD country and inaccessible during the wet season from November to May. Iron Range National Park protects an area of lowland tropical rainforest. The park is about 37 000 hectares in size, with large areas of iron ore deposits (hence the name).

Over 200 species of birds inhabit the park, including Cassowaries and the Eclectus Parrot. Plant species include many that are yet to be classified.

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Batavia Goldfields:

The ruins of the Batavia Goldfields are located on the Wenlock River, including various tanks, boilers and crushers. It is an area that contains many relics of the gold rush era of the late 1800s.

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UPDATED: 11 May 2014

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