Wooroonooran National Park

Category: Place
Sub Category:National Park
Place:North Queensland
State/Country:Queensland, Australia
Summary Information:
Rugged mountains, wild rivers and lush tropical rainforest make Wooroonooran National Park in the Bellenden Ker Range. Queensland’s highest mountains, Mt Bartle Frere (1622m) and Mt Bellenden Ker (1592m), are in this park in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Tropical rainforest grows from the foothills to the summit of the mountains. Many species of plants and animals are found here and nowhere else, including Leptospermum Wooroonooran and the Bartle Frere skink.

Related Entries

  • MaMu Canopy Walk Heads of Agreement
  • Ngadjon Jii Memorandum of Understanding
  • Vera Florence Ketchell and Ors on their own behalf and on behalf of the Ngadjon-Jii People v State of Queensland [2007] FCA 1937
  • Wooroonooran Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
  • Organisation
  • Mamu Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC
  • Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service
  • Wet Tropics Management Authority
  • People
  • Mamu People
  • Ngadjon Jii People