This breathtaking national park is just off the Capricorn Highway, about 170km inland from Rockhampton. With hikes for a range of fitness levels, gorgeous lookouts, a waterfall to swim under and Ghungalu art work on rock faces, it's absolutely worth a trip. And, unlike lots of the other incredible places in Queensland, you don’t need a 4x4 to enjoy it!
The Capricorn Highway - formerly Australia's Route 66 until it was renamed as the far less exciting A4 in the early 2000s - is your route inland to some of Queensland's nicest outback towns, stunning scenery, and national parks.
Around 8,000 people live in this Central Queensland town. Best know for its mining - both historical and current - it's an interesting stop along the Capricorn Highway and a great place to stay if you're heading up to the Blackdown Tableland National Park.
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