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With more than 20 kilometres of walking tracks to explore, Eungella National Park is the perfect location to experience sub-tropical rainforest. It's one of Queensland's most ecologically diverse parks.
About the region
Eungella (/?j????l?/ YUNG-gel-?; meaning "Land of the clouds") is an Australian township nestled on the edge of the Clarke Range at the end of the Pioneer Valley 80 km west of Mackay, and 858 km northwest of Brisbane. Eungella is noted for the national park which surrounds it. It is considered to be the longest continual stretch of sub-tropical rainforest in Australia. The original inhabitants are the Wirri people. The park is covered by dense rainforest and is known for its platypuses. Also, it has a dam that supplies water for Collinsville, Mackay and Moranbah.
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