Boodjamulla National Park

Boomdjamulla is one of Queensland’s most scenic national parks, based in the Shire of Burke. Explore picturesque Lawn Hills Gorge, soak in the magic of the surrounding landscapes or check out one of the many walking tracks.

Boodjamulla National Park

This dense forest oasis, with emerald water course which gives it its name ‘Boodjamulla’, meaning Rainbow Serpent Country in the local indigenous language.  

If your type of holiday is 4WD-only, phone reception-free and off-the-beaten-track, look no further than the 28,200 hectares of Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park.

Adels Grove is located 10km from the Lawn Hill Gorge, Boodjamulla National Park and 50km from the world heritage Riversleigh Fossil fields

Seven walking trails ranging from 600m to 7km take you along the length of Lawn Hill Gorge. These short walks have amazing views. If walking is not your style then you can hire a canoe.

The area is known for its abundant birdlife with at least 200 species of birds in the area. Lawn Hill Gorge itself has over 20 species of fish, 12 species of frogs, 3 species of turtles, and Australian freshwater crocodiles to boot (the non-man-eating kind). Plus over 800 species of flora across the park

Gulf Savannah

Rock formations on the Gulf Savannah Way

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