This staircase is part of the ruins of a Spanish style castle built into the rainforest near Innisfail an hour south of Cairns. Way back when my Grandmother worked here cooking for Mrs Paronella when they had functions. Local legend has it when Jose bui
rainforest gradually reclaims what is left of Paronella Park in Far North Queensland Australia - a mansion built by a Spanish migrant for his bride and abandoned for years. paronella park fountain By bookbirdviv
Built in the by a Spanish immigrant named Jose Paronella for his bride Margarita.
Paronella Park in Tropical North Queensland is State and National Heritage listed. This popular Cairns attraction is surrounded by tropical plants and trees.
Paronella Park castle ruins by 2minutes on Flickr Paronella Park is a heritage-listed tourist attraction located at Mena Creek, Queensland, Australia. Built in the 1930s by José Paronella, a Spanish immigrant. it inc tennis courts, cinema and a ballroom inspired by Spanish castles, to provide entertainment for the public. Since his death, a fire, a cyclone and several floods have badly damaged the park and the buildings