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

Understand[edit]

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

History[edit]

The original inhabitants of the region are the Wirri people.

Landscape[edit]

Flora and fauna[edit]

Climate[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.

See[edit]

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.

Do[edit]

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.

Buy[edit]

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

Eat[edit]

Day use area for visitors

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

Drink[edit]

Sleep[edit]

Lodging[edit]

No lodging at Eungella National Park

Camping[edit]

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

Backcountry[edit]

Stay safe[edit]

Go next[edit]

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