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Hampton National Park

Former Forest Reserve.

The Park

This small triangular park (3.9 ha) is a former Forest Reserve, declared a National Park in 2006. It is tall open forest 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

Hampton National ParkIt is accessible from McMullen Rd Hampton QldMap.
Hampton National Park is in the Perseverance Dam catchment, part of the Brisbane River Catchment.

Birds

Hampton National Park is site H3 on the Hampton Bird Trail.

Although it is rich in bird-life, there are no walking tracks. 

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