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Nature & Parks
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- We travelled from Redcliffe to the Gantry (about an hour) and completed the Somerset Trail - approx 14km loop which was a relatively easy trail to follow and well marked through a variety of bush types. The lookout about half way round was a great spot for lunch with view over Somerset Dam and Lake Wivenhoe. The track does cross the 4WD track a bit, so you do hear the cars/bike etc. Plenty of bird life and really nice to get out of the city and into the bush.Written 29 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The Swain Reefs have over 1,000 separate coral reefs within its boundaries for the keen angler to try their skills in both the shallow and deep reefs as well as drift fishing from the big boat. This is some of the best sport fishing you can get off the Queensland coastline.Written 13 November 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A great spot that can only be visited with permit due to cultural significance. if you get opportunity check it out bcos it is home to significant floraWritten 3 December 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Ruggedly beautiful part of northern Queensland. You need to have experience going off road too truly enjoy. AmazingWritten 16 September 2018
- My mate took me here when I visited up north. you need a permit to camp here and theres limited room. But it’s a great day trip as well. TIP: we camped on Stephens IslandWritten 18 December 2017
- once home to one of the regions first resorts. its now a place of remarkable beaches,open woodland,rainforest and camping. you can camp on newry,outer newry and rabbit islands with permit. amazing place to get away from it all.Written 3 December 2017
- well of the tourist track. I visited with university and it’s an amazing bird watching spot in the middle of ocean. located in far north qld not brisbaneWritten 3 December 2017
- an amazingly beautiful untouched island that is a great spot for snorkeling.located between cairns and innisfailWritten 18 December 2017
- Lovely dry rainforest with very limited facilities. Great place to cycling. Located north of ToowoombaWritten 16 September 2018
- Repulse Island national park protests three idyllic islands south of Cape Conway which is near Airlie beach ( not brisbane). South Repulse island offers boat based camping. self sufficient camping onlyWritten 3 December 2017
- made up of seven remote and ruggedly beautiful islands. features an interesting aboriginal history. accessed via charter cruises or by private vessels. located 150km north of cooktownWritten 19 December 2017