There is a wide variety of flora and fauna to be observed in Cania Gorge National Park. More than 150 plant species grow in the brigalow forest, eucalypt and cypress pine woodlands, dry rainforest and grassland.
In excess of 90 species of birds have been recorded in the park. The best time to visit Cania Gorge National park is in spring when you can see ked kurrajong flowers in bloom. Highlights of the Fern Tree Pool and Giant's Chair Circuit include: spectacular views, sandstone cliffs, abundant birdlife, aboriginal rock art and narrow gorges.
The track is best walked in an anti-clockwise direction. Moderate climb, steep in sections and steps. Please carry water on this walk as pool water is unsuitable for drinking. Whilst there is no camping in the national park, private campgrounds are located in the Gorge.
Particularly in spring when you can see red kurrajong flowers in bloom.
The Fern Tree Pool and Giant's Chair Circuit is approximately 5.6 kilometres long and takes approximately two to three hours to complete. The Track is moderately difficult. The track is best walked in an anti-clockwise direction. Moderate climb, steep in sections and steps. Please carry water on this walk as pool water is unsuitable for drinking.
How To Get There
Cania Gorge National Park can be reached by turning off the Burnett Highway 12 kilometres north of Monto or 77 kilometres south of Biloela. Then drive 8 kilometres past Moonford to the main picnic area.
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