The Blackdown Tableland National Park is where some of the most picturesque natural rock formations found anywhere in Queensland rise boldly above the surrounding plains. It’s the traditional home of the Ghungalu people and ancient Aboriginal art adorns the colossal boulders that have stood silently in place since the Dreamtime.
Unique plant communities thrive in the cooler climates and are visible from a range of natural lookouts, while the seasonal water holes are a welcome reward after hiking the myriad of local bushwalks. Camping is available at the Munall Campground and the 19 kilometre loop road is best explored by four-wheel drive.
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