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Outback - Culgoa Floodplain National Park
An important floodplain in the Murray-Darling Basin, Aboriginal cultural sites and diverse woodland vegetation are preserved in Culgoa Floodplain National Park.
Coolibahs, black box and grasses flourish on the floodplains, brigalow and gidgee are found on the flat plains, and mulga and western bloodwood grow on red earth and stony ridges. The park is a birdwatcher’s haven with more than 150 species including 10 honeyeaters, Australia’s six species of woodswallow and beautiful parrots.
Culgoa Floodplain is on the Queensland-New South Wales border 130km south-west of Dirranbandi.
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
13 QGOV (13 74 68)