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The Koombooloomba National Park is part of the UNESCO Wet Tropics World Heritage Area in Queensland, Australia. The Traditional Owners of Koombooloomba National Park are the Jirrbal people. It is a protected area withing the Atherton Tablelands and straddles a unique mix of dry forest, upland rainforest and the endangered wet sclerophyll forest. As a result of this, the national park is home to many threatened and endangered species such as yellow-bellied gliders, the Herbert river ring tailed possums, red gosshawks and golden bowerbirds.

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