Australia: The Land Where Time Began

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Dryander National Park

What's special?

Overlooking the scenic Whitsunday Islands, Dryander National Park is a large coastal park north of Proserpine. Fringing reefs just offshore are protected in marine parks.

Exploring Dryander

Relax and enjoy nature in this peaceful coastal retreat.

Bush camp at Grimstone Point. Pit toilets and picnic tables are provided but visitors should be totally self-sufficient. Take a fuel stove, drinking water and insect repellent.

Check the zoning plan for permitted activities in the adjacent marine park waters. Beware of marine stingers October to May.

Getting there

Access is by boat from Airlie Beach or Dingo Beach.

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