Ka Ka Mundi, Carnarvon National Park, has more than 30 kilometres of sandstone escarpments and plateaus, dry rainforest surrounding clear springs and brigalow scrubs on clay soil. Aboriginal people have close ties to the area. Ka Ka Mundi suits wilderness seekers. Self-sufficient visitors can bush-camp near Bunbuncundoo Springs, however there are no visitor facilities. Experienced walkers with compass and map will enjoy exploring. The park is best to visit in cooler months, though mornings can be frosty.
Children are welcome. Supervise children closely - especially near cliffs and steep slopes.
Camping permits are required. Fees apply.
How To Get There
Ka Ka Mundi, Carnarvon National Park is 130 kilometres south-west of Springsure. A four-wheel-drive vehicle is required to access the park. Roads become impassable when wet.
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