Porcupine Gorge National Park, Hughenden

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Porcupine Gorge National Park is a national park in North West Queensland, Australia, 1,174 km northwest of Brisbane and 60 km north of Hughenden. Established in 1970, the national park has an area of 54.10 km² and is managed by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. It is an IUCN category II park.
The national park was established in the area surround Porcupine Gorge. The gorge features strata of sedimentary rocks which span hundreds of millions of years.
The park provides habitat for the rock-wallaby, Pacific black duck, crimson-winged parrot and black bittern.
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  • Heard about Porcupine Gorge National Park from fellow travellers. Well worth the 70 km drive from Hughenden. Beautiful and majestic - take binoculars to see the gorge from the lookouts!  more »
  • The Gorge was incredible. Absolutely incredible. I don’t know how you could mark it down! The walk had quite a few steps, and the bottom of the gorge was amazing. Beautiful wavy stone with layers of c...  more »

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