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Taunton National Park

Summary
Taunton National Park is situated near the town of Dingo approximately 135 km inland from Rockhampton in eastern Central Queensland, Australia. The park encompasses an area of within the Northern Brigalow Belt bioregion of Queensland; a region widely recognised to contain considerable biodiversity. Taunton National Park is designated as a strictly scientific nature reserve due to its importance in ensuring the ongoing survival and protection of the endangered bridled nail-tail wallaby (Onychogalea fraenata). The wallabies protection has facilitated natural regeneration processes within reserve boundaries, protected ecosystem communities from further agricultural disturbances in the surrounding landscape, provided habitats for native fauna and helped conserve a wide range of biodiversity. Region description Cracking clay soils and brigalow vegetation species are dominant in the northern region of the park, while texture-contr
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