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Dryander National Park

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Facilities and activities

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Location

Approximately 3 nautical miles north of Airlie Beach

What's special

Overlooking the scenic Whitsunday Islands, Dryander National Park is a large coastal park north of Proserpine. It provides important habitat for the endangered Proserpine rock wallaby. Fringing reefs just offshore are protected in marine parks.

Accessibility

Visitor facilities update after tropical cyclone Debbie

Tropical cyclone Debbie has damaged natural areas and some facilities within this national park. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is working to open visitor facilities as quickly as possible. Check for current status of facilities (PDF, 51K)before your visit.

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Last updated
21 April 2017