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If you tread softly on this walk you will be rewarded with the sights and sounds of native feathered and fury creatures. Keep an eye out for rock wallabies drinking from creeks and glossy black cockatoos feeding on she-oaks. The Zamia Walk is located within Mount Archer National Park - an area covering 4,250 hectares of open forest and woodland.
About the region
Mount Archer National Park is a national park in Central Queensland, Australia, 522 kilometres (324 mi) northwest of Brisbane. It makes up the backdrop to the city of Rockhampton which marks the start of Tropical Queensland.
The vegetation is mostly open eucalypt woodland with patches of vine scrub. The rufous shrikethrush, white-browed scrubwren, powerful owl and glossy black cockatoo are some of the bird species found in the park.
A road leads to the summit of Mount Archer, where there are a few bushwalking and rock climbing opportunities.
For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com