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Cape Melville National Park
Protected areas of Queensland
Starcke QLD 4895, Australia
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
Cape Melville National Park Wikipedia
Cape Melville is a national park in Queensland, Australia, located 1,711 km northwest of Brisbane. Its main features are the rocky headlands of Cape Melville, granite boulders of the Melville Range and beaches of Bathurst Bay.
The national park was the site of a 2013 National Geographic scientific expedition which discovered three new species. These were the Cape Melville leaf-tailed gecko, Cape Melville shade skink and the Blotched boulder-frog.