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Meet the new Mapleton National Park!

We’ve spent a couple of years completely revamping the park’s picnic and day-use area into a more open, grassy and peaceful environment with new picnic tables, a separate carpark, a new trail network (including dedicated horse-riding and trailbike facilities) and new and better signage! Take a look for yourself and tell us what you reckon bit.ly/2fvVBUX!
No you’re not imagining things.

Keep a close eye on the ground here at Currawinya National Park and see if you can tell us what’s going on...
Where Am I Wednesday!?

Thanks to North Queensland Wildscapes Phototours with Paul Curtis!
Some of our rangers have been fighting fires non-stop for weeks—and we can help them by staying alert and knowing what’s going on out there.

There are bushfires burning across Queensland as we speak. The best thing is to avoid them completely, and you can do that by checking our bit.ly/qld-park-alerts for updates. If (worst-case scenario) you do find yourself dealing with a bushfire, there...
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Got a boat? Some of our stunning northern islands and reefs are now even easier to get to!

We just installed 10 new mooring sites at Fitzroy Island, Green Island, Sudbury Cay and Vlasoff Cay and there are more to come. You can have your say on locations for the next 90 public moorings along the Reef by filling out the online survey at
Pretty inviting right?

Look closely!

Our Bat Cleft ranger-guided tours at Mount Etna Caves National Park are starting again tonight and you could be first up to... bat?

Book now on (07) 4936 0570—tours run from December to February on Monday, Friday and Saturday evenings!
The Young… and the Nestless.

Okay it’s not technically on park, but we’ve been following this soapie about olive-backed sunbirds (Nectarinia jugularis) for the past couple of months and we thought you might enjoy a little recap of the season. Thanks to our mate Paul Hallam for keeping us up to date!
Women of Brisbane!!!

Here's your perfect opportunity to try a spot of bushwalking, kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding! Our mates at Start Playing Stay Playing are hosting an event for all women to get active at Walkabout Creek in D'Aguilar National Park. Registration's free and there are activities you can do before and after work! #Jointthemovement
Our parks might be closer than you think—and it could honestly change your life.

Queensland National Parks are the perfect places to Start Playing Stay Playing. We’ve got a list of easy short walks to get a start on (you can even filter the results to see which ones are closest to you) right here bit.ly/2gfQ2L2. So why not check it out, grab a friend and #JoinTheMovement?
Where Am I Wednesday!?

No guesses for you this week, Ben Blanche! :P
We’re dealing with the bushfire at Mount Coolum National Park as we speak, and keeping a close eye on how it moves down the northern and western sides of the mountain.

There’s no need to worry about your homes or property right now, but you can expect hot spots and a lot of smoke in the short term. We’re asking locals not to hang their clothes outdoors and to keep your windows and doors...
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Yup that’s about a 13-footer.

Have a go at this snakeskin Ranger Milli just tripped over outside the office at Townsville Town Common Conservation Park! Wonder where that snake is now…
Wait—have you got protection?

Green turtles have a pretty interesting sex life. Females mate every three to six years, often with more than one male (cue shell-shocked face). She stores the males’ sperm packets and uses them to fertilise around five clutches of eggs over the next three months. About two weeks after mating she’ll crawl ashore to dig a nest to deposit her eggs.

Male turtles...
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Don’t flip out—we’ve got some pretty big news from Mon Repos Turtle Centre!

Book your Turtle Encounter now and join in on the shellebration
We've got your offishell backstage pass right here!

Between November and March, our turtley awesome Raine Island Recovery Project team heads out to research and monitor our turtles and seabirds—and they just got back from their first trip of the year.

The island's not open to the public (that's one of the ways we can protect our endangered wildlife on the island) but the photos they sent...
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There’s a bushfire bearing down on Carnarvon National Park.

For your safety we've closed Big Bend camping area and the Mount Moffatt section of the park, as well as our walking tracks to:
• Boolimba Bluff
• Battleship Spur
• Cathedral Cave
• Art Gallery
• Wards Canyon

We’re working hard to control the fire—but they'll be closed until we can make sure they’re safe for you again. If you had...
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You need to see this.

Best Cinematography at the 2016 Queensland Multimedia Awards goes to HDeVolution for their breathtaking video of Chillagoe-Mungana Caves National Park! You can check out the full version of on our YouTube channel here
Bear with us—we’re working to make the coastal walking track at Noosa National Park even better!

It’s still open, but there’ll be some detours over the next few months. The current detour’s around the section of track from the main carpark day-use area to Boiling Pot, and it’ll be there until Friday 16 December. You can still walk to Boiling Pot lookout, but to get any further you’ll have to...
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