Location - Hidden Valley/Paluma, North Queensland, Australia
Mount Zero-Taravale Nature Reserve is home to many beautiful gorges and creeks, not to mention its wildlife. Previously it was two separate cattle stations that were purchased by a nature sanctuary, Australian Wildlife Conservancy. Its 59,029 hectares is home to many rare and threatened plant and animal species, some of which are found only on Mount Zero-Taravale. Mount Zero-Taravale is also a birdwatchers paradise. This article covers Button Rock, Hell Hole Creek, Return Creek, Narke Creek, as well as several other waterfalls and gorges.
Note: This is a private nature sanctuary and that prior permission is needed before entering.
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Australian Wildlife Conservancy owns and manages more than 4.6 million hectares around Australia in iconic regions like the Kimberley and Cape York. Please consider supporting this not-for-profit nature conservation to help assist and protect places like this that are home to many endangered species. AWC protects more species than any other non-government organisation in Australia; 88% of all bird species and 72% of all mammal species, including some of the largest remaining populations of iconic Australian species such as Numbats and Bilbies.