Len Cook

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View from Paluma towards the Palm Island group

There is a rapid change in vegetation as you travel from the coastal plain north of Townsville up into the wet rainforest of the Paluma National Park then descend westwards into the dry country nearer the Burdekin River.  At the edge of the rainforest on the western side there is an area of magnificent Rose Gums, a few of which are shown at right. They  give way to Blue Gums and rough barked eucalypts as conditions become drier on the journey westwards.




View from to the north from Paluma 
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