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Wooroonooran National Park
A waterfall with a surprise
What it takes to become a cave diver
Cave diving is a specialised type of diving that requires a high level of skill and training. It involves diving into underwater cave systems, which can be complex and hazardous environments. Due to the risks involved, cave diving is not for everyone and requires a strong commitment to safety and
Chillagoe-Mungana Caves National Park
Caving at Chillagoe-Mungana
Chillagoe-Mungana Caves National Park features spectacular limestone outcrops, small galleries of Aboriginal rock art, and, of course, a network of caves (short with many entrances).
Bowling Green Bay National Park
Mount Burrumbush (Feltham Cone)
The Cone and Feltham Cone, also known as Mount Burrumbush, are located near Burrumbush Creek, Giru southeast of Townsville. The two cones are surrounded by the Wongaloo Cromarty Wetlands, a large marshy wetland covering some 1600 hectares.
Hervey Range Area
The Hervey Range area has much history to offer, and it doesn't take you too far off the beaten track. Hervey Range Heritage Tea Rooms and the old train tunnels are the most popular sight to see in the area.