Mount Mulligan supports a range of wildlife and flora with Agile Wallabies often seen around the Lodge and frequent opportunities to see rainbow lorikeets, kookaburras and noisy friarbirds to name a few species. Mt Mulligan itself is known as a hot spot for plants that grow nowhere else other than the top of the mountain.
Each year Queensland’s floral reveals over 50 new species of plants, algae, lichens and fungi. In 2017 a plant species was discovered on the mountain and it’s the only place it grows in the world.
Guests can try their hands at spotting the unique creatures using the Mt Mulligan Lodge wildlife ID kits.
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