• Nestled in the lush rainforest of Mount Spec National Park, just north of Townsville, is the picturesque village of Paluma. 1,000 metres above sea level and shrouded in misty cloud, Paluma has a rich and fascinating history. Much of the road leading to the village was built by hand during the 1930s Depresssion, as was the quaint stone bridge over Little Crystal Creek. Some time later Paluma became the site of a secret radar unit and tent camp for the United States of America army. Today Paluma is a popular mountain retreat for romantic weekends and a secluded place to

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