Black Mountain National
Black Mountain National Park
is just south of Cooktown.
impossible to miss this
mountain just next to the highway.
It is a strange looking one with no vegetation on it, and more than a
usual mountain it really looks like a big heap of large, black granite
boulders, (similar to those in Cape Melville).
is no walks, no camping and no access to Black Mountain National
Park - the
only place where you can enjoy it is from the lookout point next to the
lookout point. ©cape-york-australia.com
There is also
some information to read at the lookout
point - about the species endemic to the park as well as its geology,
Aboriginal history and stories
about people gone missing here.
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