Blackdown Tableland National Park protects a sandstone plateau rising abruptly above Central Queensland's flat plains. Bordered by high rugged cliffs, this is the traditional home of the Ghungalu people. Rock art across the park reminds us of their connection with this country. Dissected by deep gorges, the park offers spectacular lookouts and scenic waterfalls. Unique plant communities thrive in the cooler, elevated climate. Several short tracks take in creeks, lookouts and interesting relics from the past. Go spotlighting at night or relax in the peaceful Munall campground. Camping fees apply; book in advance during school holidays. Enjoy the views from Horseshoe lookout. In a four wheel drive, explore the 19 kilometre loop road.
Children of all ages are welcome.
How To Get There
Located west of Rockhampton, the park turn off is 48 kilometres west of Duaringa. The final eight kilometres is steep, winding and slippery, and is unsuitable for caravans.
|Adult||$4.50||01 Oct - 30 Jun||Camping Fee only.|
|Family||$18.00||01 Oct - 30 Jun||Camping fee only for a family of two adults and two children under 18 years.|
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