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Subject: Yungaburra
From: "Lisa Tanner" <>
Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2008 22:58:00 +1000
A very good use of time in Yungaburra would be to take a short drive (10 
mins)to Lake Barrine National Park and walk round the short circuit track which 
starts between the car park and the entrance road. There are a variety of 
rainforest species here, relatively tame and acclimatised.

Also in Yungaburra visit the Curtain Fig Tree. This is 5 mins from the village 
centre. There are not so many birds here but the tree is definitely worth the 

Dominic Chaplin

PO Box 208
Bungalow QLD 4870
Tel 0419 028 077 Fax 07 4051 4896

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