|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...