I first visited in 1971. Most if not all buildings were open to the public. My recent visit highlighted the ravages of flood, fire and time. A lot of structures are off limits due to their deteriorating condition, but it's a credit to the owners for preserving it for future generations. Jose Paronella's history and his vision for the future is inspiring. The park is an impressive monument to a bygone era. This is a must see in North Queensland and don't be deterred by rain, it really does add to the atmosphere and umbrellas are provided.
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