The National Grassland Park in Queensland is a unique and beautiful setting.
Located in the remote north-west of the state, the area has a diverse mix of flora and fauna, and the park is home to some of the most spectacular, and least-known, of all Queensland’s natural wonders.
But while the park’s natural beauty may make it a perfect backdrop for a movie, the park also boasts a range of wildlife, from wild mammals to rare birds and reptiles, and is one of Australia’s most diverse and biodiverse landscapes.
This guide will explain the key facts about the park and what it’s all about, from its natural and cultural attributes to its unique ecology and ecosystem.
The National Park Queensland is the third largest park in the country and home to an amazing diversity of animals, plants and flora.
Here, you can see the diversity of flora, including the native bushbabies and endangered birds, as well as some of Australias most rare and exotic species.
Here are a few of the parks highlights: A National Grassway, which runs along the river and is home a diverse array of flora.
The grasslands, located about 200 kilometres south-east of Brisbane, is a biodiversity hotspot with a range in plant species from rare and threatened species to native and endangered animals.
This area is the birthplace of the national bird, the western black-tailed hawk.