Surrounding the lake in Graham Andrews Parklands is a collection of 18 different species of native Australian trees.
Look , touch and smell your way around the walk, as you learn both botanical and common names as well as the European and Aboriginal uses for each species.... more
Call into the Charleville Visitor Information Centre for a copy of the written handout and map that complements this walk.... less
Children are welcome. There is an adventure playground situated near the walk.
Yes. Pets are allowed, however, they must be restrained at all times.
The written guide and map for the Outback Native Timber Walk are available from the Charleville Visitor Information Centre during its opening hours. These are April to October, Monday to Friday, 0900 to 1700, Saturday and Sunday 1000 to 1700. November to March, Monday to Saturday 1000 to 1700, Sunday closed.
How To Get There
The Outback Native Timber Walk is situated within Graham Andrews Parklands. Follow the Matilda/Mitchell Highway south towards Cunnamulla until you come across the Park on your right hand side.
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