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Eungella Mountains National Park (pronounced YUNG-gel-ə) is in Queensland, Australia, west of Mackay.


The name Eungella means 'Land of the clouds'. It is considered to be the longest continual stretch of sub-tropical rainforest in Australia.


The original inhabitants of the region are the Wirri people.


Flora and fauna[edit]


Get in[edit]

The park is accessible by road via State Route 70 and State Route 64 from Mackay. No buses, tours, trains nor planes.

Fees and permits[edit]

Get around[edit]

Most places can only be reached by walking.


The view down the Pioneer Valley from sky window
  • Pioneer Valley view from the Sky Window
  • 1 Sky Window Lookout Picnic Area, Eungella Dam Road.
  • 2 Goodes Lookout, MacKay Eungella Rd. Just another lookout.


Walking path in the park
  • Try to spot platypuses and turtles from the platform at Broken River picnic area.
  • Walking: there are more than 20 km of bushwalking tracks, some with scenic lookouts.


  • The Broken River picnic area has facilities for day visitors.


Day use area for visitors

No cafes, restaurants or anything. Bring your own food.




No lodging at Eungella National Park


Camping is permitted at Fern Flat campground, which is accessible by walking only.


Stay safe[edit]

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