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Cania Gorge

North Burnett

We stayed at the caravan park at the entrance to the Cania Gorge National Park, this allowed access to the walks without using the car. The day we arrived we drove out the Lake Cania, the dam built in the 1980's flooded the old township of Cania. We also walked to an old gold mine near the dam.

There are four main walks in the National park, we did most - walking about 14 klms. We baulked at the 22 klm return walk to Castle Mountain Lookout.

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Posted by Bauders 23:12

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