Protected areas of Queensland

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Queensland is the second largest state in Australia. It contains 472 separate protected areas with a total land area of 69,388 km² (4.02% of the state’s area). 223 of these are National parks, which is the highest number of any Australian state or territory, totalling 65,871 km² (3.81% of the state’s area). Seven others are Scientific National Parks, totalling 522 km² (0.03% of the state’s area).

List of protected areas[edit]

Conservation Parks[edit]

Feature Protection Areas[edit]

Marine Parks[1][edit]

National Parks[edit]

Resources Reserves[edit]

Scientific Areas[edit]

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