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Garig Gunak Barlu National Park

Garig Gunak Barlu is a national park in the Northern Territory (Australia), 216 km northeast of Darwin. It was established by joining the former Gurig National Park and the Cobourg Marine Park.

Fact sheet

  • Area: 450,000 ha (land area: 220,700 ha)
  • Latitude: 11° 06' 13" S
  • Longitude: 132° 17' 20" E
  • Date of establishment: November 10, 2000 (?)
  • Managing authorities:
    • Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory
    • Aboriginal traditional land owners (the Iwaidja people)
  • IUCN category: II

See also: Protected areas of the Northern Territory (Australia)



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