Paddys Ranges State Park
Paddys Ranges, Australia
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Paddys Ranges State Park, near Maryborough, 170 kilometres (110 mi) northwest of Melbourne, Australia comprises 20.1 square kilometres (7.8 sq mi) of native vegetation. Gold mining and eucalyptus oil production within the park date back to the 1840s but have long closed down. The vegetation is primarily of Box-Ironbark type, with prominent Golden Wattle and native orchids. Swift Parrots, Painted Honeyeaters, Wedge-tailed Eagles and Crested Bellbirds are all present.
Camping and fires are permitted in designated areas.
Coordinates: 37°05′15″S 143°41′46″E / 37.0876°S 143.6960°E / -37.0876; 143.6960
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