Auburn River National Park

Location : About 410km north-west of Brisbane, or 255km west of Maryborough.
About 410km north-west of Brisbane, or 255km west of Maryborough. Auburn River flows through the park’s steep-sided gorge and past a western hardwood forest now uncommon in the area. The 405ha park protects an area of open eucalypt forest and dry rainforest. Silver-leaved ironbark and forest red gum dominate the grassy open forests. Bottle trees thrive in the dry rainforest on the northern bank of the river near the camping area. The Auburn River, with its rock pools and cascades, winds through the park, providing habitats for numerous birds, reptiles and mammals. Its banks are lined with bottlebrushes, flowering leptospermum shrubs and stunted figs.


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