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Girramay National Park

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Clear fresh water, impressive boulders and lush vegetation are features of Murray Falls, Girramay National Park. Photo: Queensland Government.

Clear fresh water, impressive boulders and lush vegetation are features of Murray Falls, Girramay National Park. Photo: Queensland Government.

Welcome

The Traditional Owners, the Girramay Aboriginal people, welcome you to their country, a land of waterfalls and lush tropical vegetation.

Location

Edmund Kennedy is five kilometres north of Cardwell and Murray Falls is 41 kilometres north-west of Cardwell

What's special

Girramay National Park has two accessible sections—Edmund Kennedy and Murray Falls. The wetlands, mangroves and coastal environments of Edmund Kennedy provide visitors with opportunities for birdwatching, a picnic by the sea or a walk to the beach. The clear waters of the Murray River cascade over boulders into rock pools in the picturesque camping and picnic spot of Murray Falls.

See Edmund Kennedy and Murray Falls for more detailed information.

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Last updated
15 September 2016