Ben Lomond National Park

Located 50km south-east of Launceston, Ben Lomond National Park is reached by back roads via White Hills or Evandale onto the Blessington Road (C401). The magnificent mountain of Ben Lomond with its imposing and precipitous cliffs is visible over much of the northern midlands of Tasmania. The plateau is roughly 14 kilometres in length, 6 kilometres wide and is in excess of 1300 metres in height. A summit on the…

Coongie Lakes National Par

Coongie Lakes National Park is one of the most spectacular of South Australia’s natural attractions. A pristine water world made up of channels, waterholes, lakes, internal deltas, shallow floodout plains and interdune corridors and swamps. While Coongie Lakes contains water most of the time, the large expanse of ephemeral wetlands fill after flood and heavy rain. The area plays host to the most incredible diversity and number of water dependent…

Coffin Bay National Park

Location : Coffin Bay National Park is located 50km west of Port Lincoln. Access from Flinders Highway is via Coffin Bay Road. Opening Times : Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact Us Phone : (+61 8) 8688 3111 Located 50 km west of Port Lincoln on southern Eyre Peninsula, this 31,000 ha park offers a diversity of coastal landscapes.  High windswept cliffs, massive dunes and pounding…

Canunda National Park

Location : Canunda National Park is located 18km north west of Millicent or 428km south east of Adelaide. Access is via Millicent, Southend or Carpenter Rocks. Opening Times : Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Contact Us Phone: (+61 8) 8735 1177 There are three main entry points to the park; Millicent, Southend and Carpenter Rocks. Range of walking trails and spectacular coastline views with cliffs and…

Belair National Park

Location : Belair National Park is located 13km south east of Adelaide. Access is via Upper Sturt Road, Belair. Public transport to this park from Adelaide CBD is available. Opening Time : 8am to sunset all year round, except Christmas Day where the park is closed. The park information office is open from 8.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday and 9am-4.30pm on weekends and public holidays. Contact Us Phone: (+61 8) 8278 5477…

Blackbraes National Park

Address : Lyndhurst QLD 4871 170km north of Hughenden, 280km west of Townsville. Undulating ranges surround basalt outcrops, black soil plains and seasonal swamps, and ironbark woodlands provide habitat for grey kangaroos, abundant birdlife and many other native animals. Adjacent to Blackbraes National Park are three resources reserves: Blackbraes, Moonstone Hill and Kennedy Road Gravel resources reserves. The park and the three reserves together cover about 52,000ha, and straddle two bioregions:…

Black Mountain (Kalkajaka) National Park

  25km south of Cooktown or 4km north of Helenvale. An imposing mountain range of massive granite boulders is the highlight of this park, which is home to some unique wildlife, and is rich in Aboriginal cultural significance. At the northern end of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, Black Mountain National Park contains an imposing mountain range of massive granite boulders. These formidable boulders, some the size of houses, stack…

Barron Gorge National Park

Location : Eighteen kilometres (lower section) and 27 km (upper section) north-west of Cairns, in North Queensland Address : Lamb Range QLD 4870 Tel : 13 74 68 18km north-west of Cairns (lower section) or 27km north-west from Cairns (upper section). Rugged mountains, ravines, tumbling waterfalls, magnificent rainforest, rich and varied wildlife, easy access and a fascinating history make this one of Queensland’s most popular national parks. Barron Gorge National Park extends from…

Auburn River National Park

Location : About 410km north-west of Brisbane, or 255km west of Maryborough. About 410km north-west of Brisbane, or 255km west of Maryborough. Auburn River flows through the park’s steep-sided gorge and past a western hardwood forest now uncommon in the area. The 405ha park protects an area of open eucalypt forest and dry rainforest. Silver-leaved ironbark and forest red gum dominate the grassy open forests. Bottle trees thrive in the…

Bald Rock National Park

Address : Boonoo Boonoo NSW 2372 Tel : (02) 6736 4298 The water-streaked dome of Bald Rock is the largest granite rock in Australia. It’s 750 metres long, 500 metres wide and 200 metres high. A number of walks make the most of the park’s granite landscape – including the track to the summit, which includes canyons, stone arches and panoramic views.