A series of National Parks stretching along 450 km of the cost of Queensland from Townsville to Cooktown, bordering the Great Barrier Reef. It consists of: Cedar Bay, deuce, Girringun and Wooroonooran, and over 700 protected areas, which include even privately owned areas. In the first of these parks activities include bird watching, camping and walking but you cannot fish. The second of these parks is covered by tropical forests and is possibly the oldest existing forest. The park access Girringun is a bit more difficult compared to the other parks, it is only be using vehicles and mostly inaccessible due to its remoteness and the ruggedness of its terrain.