A panorama of sculpted sandstone cliffs, peaks and outcrops greets visitors to Isla Gorge National Park - the striking rock formations and maze of gorges changing colour with the movement of the sun.
Spring wildflowers, rare plants and rock-wallabies can be seen. Eucalypt forests hug the ridge-tops while dry rainforests cling to gullies and shaded slopes. Watch wedge-tailed eagles and peregrine falcons riding breezes and honeyeaters feeding on wattles. Have fun finding familiar shapes in strange rock formations. Drive to Flagstaff Hill to see the remains of a hand-paved road built in 1864 .... more
Camp overnight or have a picnic overlooking the gorge. (Beware of loose cliff edges when walking around the camping and picnic areas or on the short track to a small natural lookout).... less
Children are welcome. Supervise children closely - stay well back from cliff edges as they may crumble unexpectedly.
Entry to the park is free, however camping fees apply. Pay your camping fees at the self-registration stand on arrival.
How To Get There
The park is 55 kilometres north of Taroom or 35 kilometres south of Theodore.
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