Mowbray National Park, Port Douglas

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National Park · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
Mowbray is a national park in Queensland, Australia, 1441 km northwest of Brisbane. The park forms part of the Wooroonooran Important Bird Area, identified as such by BirdLife International because it supports populations of a range of bird species endemic to Queensland's Wet Tropics.
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  • There was a creek that might have been crocodile territory then a steep walking track which did not seem very inviting  more »
  • Lovely - but didn't see much wildlife. And the "waterfall" was quite small - attractive but small. Nice small beach, rocky - glad I went in. Sad little aborigine town that you pass going up the...  more »
  • Google maps needs to fix the route on how to access the National Park. The correct road to access The Mowbray National Park is via Mowbray River Road, then turn off onto Connolly Road. This is South of Port Douglas.
  • We walked the Bump Track in Mowbray National Park. We wrote a review of the Bump Track to share our experience.

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