Cania Gorge National Park
North Burnett Area
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Towering cliffs, ancient caves and sheltered gorges are highlights of this park, which preserves a valuable remnant of the Brigalow Belt, Aboriginal freehand art and varied habitats for wildlife. Brigalow forest, eucalypt woodland, cypress pine woodland, dry rainforest and grassland are found in this park, which is also home to more than 90 species of birds.
Enjoy a picnic and find out about the park's wildlife, vegetation and history beside pretty Three Moon Creek. Bushwalkers can choose from eight walks of varying length and difficulty. Take an easy amble on the Picnic Area circuit along Three Moon Creek or take the longer Shamrock mine site walk to find out about the area's past. Tackle the more difficult Castle Mountain track and be rewarded by lovely views of the gorge. Watch for platypus in the creek and peregrine falcons soaring above cliffs.
Children are welcome. Supervise children closely - especially near cliffs and watercourses.
Wheelchair-accessible toilets and picnic tables are available at the Three Moon Creek picnic area.
Camping is not permitted in Cania Gorge National Park. Visitors can stay at caravan and camping parks nearby, or find accommodation in Monto.
How To Get There:
Located 225 kilometres west of Bundaberg, Cania Gorge can be reached via Cania Dam Road, via the Burnett Highway, 12 kilometres north of Monto (or 82 kilometres south of Biloela). Travel through Moonford for another 13 kilometres to the main picnic area.
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Cania Dam Road
25 kilometres north of Monto
Queensland 4630 Australia
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