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This spectacular gorge system of towering white cliffs and lush side gorges is the central highlands' most popular attraction. Carnarvon Creek meanders through eucalypt and cabbage palm forest and attracts 170 bird species.

Explore creeks, mossy gorges and cool rainforests on 21 kilometres of walking track. Head for nearby Mickey Creek and the Rock Pool or climb Boolimba Bluff. Discover Aboriginal art at Baloon Cave and the Art Gallery. Spot whiptail wallabies and fairy-wrens, and see platypus in the creek in the early morning. Enjoy camping in the park during the Queensland school holidays: Easter, June to July and September to October. Bookings are essential.

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