Mount Spec, Paluma Range National Park
Charters Towers Area
Free Entry - Entry Information
13 0013 0372
1300 130 372
Mount Spec, Paluma Range National Park is an accessible, scenic section of Paluma Range National Park, the most southerly park in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Straddling the Paluma Range, the upland rainforests are crossed by a maze of streams and cascades. Open eucalypt forests dominate the lower slopes. Casuarinas fringe the creeks. Escape the summer heat by picnicking near the creek. Go birdwatching and look for logrunners, Macleay's honeyeaters and brush turkeys. If you are lucky you might see the golden bowerbird - the male decorates his bower with green and yellow leaves and flowers. For a glimpse of the past, visit Paluma, a village in the rainforest.
Children are welcome.
How To Get There:
Travel 61 kilometres north of Townsville, 40 kilometres south of Ingham. Access is by conventional vehicle. Parts of the road are narrow, windy and unsealed, and unsuitable for caravans.
Map Legend / Show on Map
These icons indicate multiple items in the same area. Click icon to zoom in for more detail.
up to 10 items
10 - 100 items
100 + items
Turn off via Bruce Highway
Queensland 4816 Australia
* Please note:
These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services.
To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the
contact the operator
. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.