Toowoomba Region National Parks

Crows Nest Falls National Park
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Crows Nest Falls National Park is located on the edge of the Great Dividing Range. The park features open eucalypt forest on granite soils. A walking track can be followed into the Valley of Diamonds, a deep gorge where the Crows Nest Creek flows.

Isla Gorge National Park
The spectacular maze of gorges and sandstone outcrops contrasts severely with the grassy plains of the surrounding Taroom Shire. A lookout close to the Leichhardt Highway provides stunning views into this deep, dry gorge.

Ravensbourne National Park
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Ravensbourne is located along the eastern edge of the Great Dividing Range. Remnant rainforest and eucalypt forest are preserved here. Ravensbourne is a haven for the birdwatching enthusiast.

Lake Broadwater National Park
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Lake Broadwater is the largest conservation park in the Golden West region. It is also the only naturally occurring freshwater lake on the northern Darling Downs. It is a popular spot for birdwatching and water sports.

Carnarvon Gorge National Park
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Carnarvon Gorge creates an oasis of scenery amidst the highlands of central Queensland. The spectacular combination of stark sandstone and vine forested gorges attracts thousands of visitors each year. The Aboriginal art sites are an added attraction.

Bunya Mountains National Park
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The Bunya Mountains represents Queensland's last significant stand of bunya pine. The Mountain is covered with unique outcrops of grassy balds and is renowned for the abundance of easily observed wildlife.

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