Macalister Range National Park

Rising steeply from the shoreline, Macalister Range National Park protects 5,563ha of rugged, forested range along the far northern coastline of Queensland and is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. The area is important cassowary habitat with Mount Charlie (880 m) being the park’s highest point and the part of the Great Dividing Range where it's the closest point to the Australian coastline. There is no public access and there are no facilities.