Brindabella National Park
Brindabella is the most northern section of the Australian Alps national parks corridor and only 30 km west of Canberra along the Brindabella Road. The mountainous terrain contains communities representing low to high altitude open forests. The park protects several threatened species including the regent honey eater, powerful owl, yellow-bellied glider and northern corroboree and Booroolong frog.

For more information, visit:
australianalps.environment.gov.au/parks/brindabella.html
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