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Bunya Mountains National Park...
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Perhaps the most popular walk in Bunya Mountains National Park, this easy walk from the Dandabah picnic area allows you to discover bunya pine forest, delightful rock pools, Festoon and Tim Shea falls and a variety of mountain scenery. Look for epiphytes clinging to tree trunks and pass through a huge strangler fig. Pine Gorge lookout offers a panoramic view of the valleys and hills of the South Burnett.
About the region
Bunya Mountains is a national park in the South Burnett Region, Queensland, Australia.
The park includes much of the mountain range called the Bunya Mountains. The park are encompasses the most westerly area of subtropical rainforest in southern Queensland and the largest population of bunya pines remaining in the world. It is situated 63 km northeast of Dalby or 58 km southwest of Kingaroy.
The park is known for its abundant wildlife, permanent waterfalls and spectacular views. The mild climate of the range means morning and evening temperatures are low. The park is accessed by a steep and winding roads and is well serviced with camping grounds, an extensive network of walking tracks and several picnic grounds.
For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com