Sam and Angela's Excellent World Adventure travel blog

Pretty green eh?

One of the freshwater swimming pools within the park.

View of the Pioneer valley from the top of Eungella National Park

People jumping into that valley!!

A wild Duck Billed Platypus. Was tuely amazing to see in the...

Ange considers whether to go for a swim or not...

The "sky window", a view point in the clouds - pretty eerie...

Eungella National Park is around 100ks in inland from Mackay and at 52,000 hectars it's the largest continous stretch of rainforest in Australia! It's a truely glorious place, beautifully lush and green with rainforest walks, forests and lots of lakes, rivers and watering holes. We staying a brilliant camp site in a place called Finch Hatton where there is a spectacular gorge and some waterfalls. After an evening in the local pub with the very friendly locals we headed into the park to try and spot a Platypus, which we did and it was a very cool little creature. We went on some walks around the park and saw some great views before heading off...

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