Rundle Range National Park

Coordinates: 23°39′38″S 150°58′24″E / 23.66056°S 150.97333°E / -23.66056; 150.97333
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Rundle Range National Park
Rundle Range National Park is located in Queensland
Rundle Range National Park
Rundle Range National Park
Nearest town or cityMount Larcom
Coordinates23°39′38″S 150°58′24″E / 23.66056°S 150.97333°E / -23.66056; 150.97333
Area21.70 km2 (8.38 sq mi)
Managing authoritiesQueensland Parks and Wildlife Service
See alsoProtected areas of Queensland

Rundle Range is a national park in Central Queensland, Australia, 471 km northwest of Brisbane. The park protects portions of the Calliope River and Fitzroy River drainage basins within the Brigalow Belt bioregion.[1]

Two rare or threatened species have been identified in the[clarification needed] with the park. These are glossy black-cockatoo and the southern squatter pigeon.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Rundle Range National Park — facts and maps, WetlandInfo". Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland. Retrieved 14 July 2013.