Cape Palmerston - Rocky Dam Fish Habitat Area (A)
Cape Palmerston - Rocky Dam, Australia
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Cape Palmerston is a national park in Queensland, Australia, 748 km northwest of Brisbane. It contains a land area of 7160 ha and has 28 km of coastline on each side of the Cape Palmerston—named by Captain James Cook in 1770 after Viscount Palmerston, a Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty. Within the park is the 344 m Mount Funnel.
The park contains mangrove trees, dunes, woodlands, grass, and wetlands. It is home to the threatened water mouse species, and hosts numerous birds. Access is by four-wheel drive vehicle.
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