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Camooweal Caves National Park

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Area  138 kmĀ²
Established  1988
Camooweal Caves National Park
Website  Camooweal Caves National Park
See also  Protected areas of Queensland
Address  Camooweal QLD 4828, Australia
Similar  BP, Nowranie Waterhole Camping, Camoow Road House, Avon Downs

Camooweal Caves is a national park in Queensland, Australia, 15 km southeast of Camooweal and 1720 km northwest of Brisbane.


The national park consists of 13,800 hectares of eucalypt woodland, spinifex, wattle and Mitchell grass. Accessible to the public are two sinkholes that formed over 500 million years by water seepage through dolomite layers. A picnic table is provided at Nowranie waterhole.


Camooweal Caves National Park Wikipedia

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