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Kwiambal National Park

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Kwiambal National Park

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Kwiambal National Park - Cities, Towns and Localities
Kwiambal (pronounced kigh-am-bal) lies 25 km north-west of Ashford, on the scenic junction of the Severn and Macintyre rivers. The park consists of 3077 hectares of woodlands, rugged valleys and waterfalls, and long waterholes lined with river red gums.

Take the all-weather gravel roads to the lookout at Macintyre Falls and the Lemon Tree Flat Picnic and Camping Area beside the Severn River. Facilities include camping areas with toilets, BBQs, and a shelter shed for wet weather. There are many shaded tent sites, with space for about ten medium-size caravans. Campers should bring drinking water.
 

Located in the park are Ashford Caves, home to rare bats. Visitors with a torch can see some of the limestone formations left from earlier mining. There are five walking tracks around the river taking from 15 minutes to two hours return.

Licensed anglers can catch Murray Cod or Golden Perch. Protected species such as Silver Perch must be returned to the water unharmed.

For further information contact the National Parks and Wildlife Service.

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