Hann Tableland National Park
Hann Tableland is a national park in Far North Queensland (Australia), 1,436 km northwest of Brisbane. It is located in the northern section of Paddys Green, a locality in the Tablelands Region local government area. It was first set aside as national park in 1989 and nearly doubled in size with an expansion in 2004.
The park is located within the Einasleigh Uplands bioregion and the Mitchell River water catchment area.
The national park was established to conserve the forests of the Hann Tableland mountain range. Three rare or threatened plant species have been identified within the Hann Tableland National Park. It lacks visitor facilities with the exception of the Bicentennial National Trail.