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Great Sandy National Park


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"Scenic Coastal Park"

Boasting of picturesque environs and diverse topography, the Great Sandy National Park is one of the most scenic parks of the country. Split between Cooloola and Fraser Island, the pristine park is composed of varied ecosystems from rainforests, freshwater lakes, sand dunes, swamps and heathlands. The spectacular white sand beaches and aquamarine waters of world's largest sand island, Fraser Island, add to the natural allure of the park. From coastal bushwalking to rainforest walks, the park's natural attractions offer a variety of activities. The jade waters of Lake Wabby entice swimmers and outdoor enthusiasts. A haven for birds and designated a significant bird area by BirdLife International, the park is home to avifauna like black-breasted-button-quails, beach-stone-curlews, regent bowerbirds and the rare eastern ground parrot. With allotted campsites, the park attracts campers and picnickers because of its great recreational value.
Great Sandy National Park, Cooloola, QLD, Australia, 4581
"Scenic Coastal Park"
Boasting of picturesque environs and diverse topography, the Great Sandy National Park is one of the most scenic parks of the country. Split between Cooloola and Fraser Island, the pristine park is composed of varied ecosystems from rainforests, freshwater lakes, sand dunes, swamps and heathlands. The spectacular white sand beaches and aquamarine waters of world's largest sand island, Fraser Island, add to the natural allure of the park. From coastal bushwalking to rainforest walks, the park's natural attractions offer a variety of activities. The jade waters of Lake Wabby entice swimmers and outdoor enthusiasts. A haven for birds and designated a significant bird area by BirdLife International, the park is home to avifauna like black-breasted-button-quails, beach-stone-curlews, regent bowerbirds and the rare eastern ground parrot. With allotted campsites, the park attracts campers and picnickers because of its great recreational value.
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