Iron Range National Park

This birdwatching mecca preserves the largest surviving area of lowland rainforest jungle in the country, with at least 1500 plant species and wildlife like that in New Guinea, including more than 200 species of butterfly. Keep your eyes open and you may see palm cockatoos, eclectus parrots, magnificent riflebirds and even the secretive spotted cuscus. There are four camping areas, but the only toilets are at Chili Beach and Cooks Hut.

Contact Info

QPWS: (07) 4060 7170

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