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Capricorn Coast National Park...
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Striking rock formations, breathtaking vistas and a diverse range of plants and animals - these are just some of the highlights of the Capricorn Coast National Park. A good way to explore the area is by taking a walk along the Bluff Point Track located in the Bluff Point section of the park. It's a 2.3 kilometre circuit that offers panoramic views of the coastline.
About the region
Capricorn Coast is a national park in the Shire of Livingstone, Queensland, Australia.
The park is 535 km northwest of Brisbane.
It covers about 114 hectares, and is divided into five sections: Vallis Park, Rosslyn Head, Double Head, Bluff Point, and Pinnacle Point. The five sections were amalgamated into a single national park in 1994.
For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com