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In 2008, Lama Lama National Park (CYPAL) became Queensland’s first Queensland's first jointly managed national park (Cape York Peninsula Aboriginal Land). Some of the park's features include the Annie River, tall messmate woodlands, coastal plains, beach ridges, tidal flats, scattered sand dunes and coastal vine thickets.
Lama Lama National Park (CYPAL) is jointly managed by the Lama Lama Land Trust and the Queensland Government in accordance with an Indigenous Management Agreement and other land management arrangements. Read more about the joint management of Cape York Peninsula national parks.
There are currently no camping or visitor facilities. Please see the Lama Lama National Park (CYPAL) map for areas accessible to the public. Access to the Alingina Wungku Living Area and Goose Swamp and Bull Swamp Area is prohibited to protect cultural resources and property.
On Cape York Peninsula, about 300km north-west of Cooktown.
The Aboriginal Traditional Owners for this country are the Lama Lama people. They welcome you to their country and ask that you respect their special place.
- No campfires
- No rubbish bins
- No camping
- Feral animal control program involving ground 1080 Baiting of feral animals: Lama Lama National Park (CYPAL) 4 August to 31 December 2020