Discover ancient Aboriginal art, deep gorges and scenic waterfalls in Blackdown Tableland National Park, traditional home of the Ghungalu Aboriginal people. Explore several walking tracks through the park and encounter the unusual plant communities that thrive in the cooler, elevated climate. Catch your breath from scenic lookouts and be amazed by ancient relics from the past.
Pitch your tent in Munall camping area for a night or two. Take your torch into the bush to see some of the region’s nocturnal birds and animals. Discover plants and animals that are found nowhere else including Blackdown stringybark, red bottlebrush, the Blackdown ‘monster’ (an underground cricket) and a Christmas beetle. Remember to book your camp site well in advance if you’re planning your trip during school holidays.