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Geham National Park

Remnant native forest. 

The Park

Formerly the Geham Forest Reserve Scientific Area, this Park was declared in 2006. It is 22 ha of native forest, with Sydney Blue Gum, Blackbutt and Tallowwood. It is heavily infested with lantana.

Conservation purpose

The blackbutt open forest is an endangered regional ecosystem that is poorly represented within the protected area estate in Queensland

Location

It can be accessed from Aberdein Road, Geham, 4352Map
Geham National Park is in the Cooby Dam catchment area, part of the Murray-Darling Basin.

Geham National Park

Geham National Park is site H1 on the Hampton Bird Trail.

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