Queensland National Parks

The state of Queensland in the north-east of Australia draws millions of visitors per year thanks to its diverse landscapes and the wide range of activities it offers.
As well as stunning scenery, Queensland’s extensive national parks are home to a variety of unique and fascinating wildlife like the dugong which is the only herbivorous marine mammal in the world, and the flightless cassowary which is one of the tallest and heaviest birds in existence.
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In total, there are over 1000 parks and forests to explore throughout the state, including five UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the Great Barrier Reef, Fraser Island, and the Gondwana Rainforests.
This guide to Queensland’s National Parks provides a great introduction to the region’s stunning outdoor environments.

SOURCE: www . queensland . com/?redirect=www . queenslandholidays . com . au/experiences/natural-encounters/national-parks-and-world-heritage/infographic . cfm&utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=Qld_Pinterest

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