Mount Kaputar National Park

Unvisited Brown Sign New South Wales

Bundabulla circuit track (2-3 hours, 3.5km) – Bundabulla circuit walking track | NSW National Parks Lindsay Rock Tops Lookout 4.5 – Lindsay Rock Tops lookout | NSW National Parks Mount Kaputar summit walk 4.7 Mount Kaputar summit lookout 4.9 – Mount Kaputar summit lookout | Visitor info | NSW National Parks West Kaputar Lookout 4.7 … Read more

Sawn Rocks Picnic Area

Unvisited Brown Sign New South Wales

Sawn Rocks lookout is on easy Sawn Rocks walking track in Mount Kaputar National Park. It makes an ideal stage for photographing the distinctive organ pipe formations of Sawn Rocks. Links

Kwiambal National Park

Unvisited Brown Sign New South Wales

Pronounced Kigh-am-bal, Kwiambal National Park is a quiet achiever. Tucked away near the NSW-Queensland border, its isolation is also its attraction. There’s a good chance you’ll have a great deal of space to yourself, with day trippers travelling through the outback and grey nomads the most frequent visitors in the area.

Carnarvon Gorge

Rock walls towering above in the distance, walking up the main trail of Carnarvon Gorge

Hidden in the rugged ranges of Queensland’s central highlands, Carnarvon Gorge features towering sandstone cliffs, vibrantly coloured side gorges, diverse flora and fauna and Aboriginal rock art. Main Gorge Walking Trails There are no bus tours to get around the sights of Carnarvon Gorge. The only way to see the sights is to walk the … Read more

Expedition National Park (Robinson Gorge Section)

Unvisited Brown Sign Queensland

4WD access only into the Robinson Gorge Section of Expedition National Park. The other sections are accessible by 2wd in good weather, Lonesome Section and Beilba. The map position is the Starkvale camping area, the eastern edge of the Robinson Gorge section of the Expedition National Park. Google Maps roads are not well marked so … Read more

Expedition National Park (Lonesome Section)

A former grazing property, Lonesome was gazetted in 1972 to protect scientific and aesthetic values. It lies along the edge of Carnarvon range and offers spectacular, panoramic views to the southern end of Arcadia Valley, Dawson River, the Carnarvon ranges and mountain spurs. Brigalow, wilga, lancewood, bottlebrush, native bauhinia and riverine vegetation are prominent throughout … Read more