Sarabah National Park, Canungra

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National Park · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
Sarabah is a small national park in South East Queensland, Australia, 65 km south of Brisbane. The park lies within the catchment area of the Albert River.
The park contains the remains of lowland subtropical rainforest and fringing riparian open forest along Canungra Creek. It was declared a national park in 1973. At just 1.416 ha (3.5 acres) in size, it is Queensland's smallest national park.
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  • magnificent country and venue. This area of Queensland is great, the scenery, venues and facilities are out of this world The park is on and around a mountain, when you get to the top you can walk...  more »
  • This is a inaccessible park and since cyclone Debbie there are falling trees and creek damage and not much to look at.  more »

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