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Eurimbula National Park

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Captain Cook first stepped onto Queensland soil at what is now know as Eurimbula National Park. Here he and Joseph Banks collected 33 species of plants in May 1770 at Bustard Bay named by Cook as they shot a Bustard type bird in the area most likely a plains turkey.

This picturesque park displays a mixture of plant communities from mangrove estuaries, swamplands, eucalypt forest, magnificent rainforest to sand dune communities. A lookout is available called Ganoonga Noonga Lookout access is via Bustard Beach and rises 360 metres above the surrounding country, form here you can see most of the park and the different regions within it.

Camping is allowed by permit only.

Contact the local Parks and Wildlife Service or visit the QLD National parks, marine parks and forests website. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.
Information Centre Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service
Ranger in Charge
Captain Cook Drive
Town of 177
Ph: 07 4974 9350

Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service

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