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Light walking trails: Lamington National Park | Split into two sections, Greens Mountains and Binna Burra. Lamington is a national park in Queensland, Australia, lying on the Lamington Plateau of the McPherson Range on the Queensland/New South Wales border. Wikipedia Address: Binna Burra QLD 4211 Area: 206 km² Phone: 13 74 68 Sandy CreekContinue reading “Hiking National Parks around Brisbane…”
http://nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/welford/index.html Welford National Park is part of the Cooper Creek catchment. To help you plan your visit to this remote area, go to the Parks of Central West Queensland web page. Welford National Park’s northern boundary is 30km south-east of Jundah and the park has a northern and southern entrance. Lying on the Barcoo River,Continue reading “Welford National Park”
http://www.boondoomahomestead.org.au/ Step back 150 years Boondooma Homestead was the centre of the original Boondooma Station, which was settled in 1846 by three young Scotsmen. It was originally bounded by the hill east of Proston, Brovinia Creek to the north, Darr Creek to the south, and the Dividing Range to the west – a total ofContinue reading “Boondooma Homestead”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comet_River The Comet River is a river in Central Queensland which rises in the Expedition Range, north of Expedition National Park and south of Rolleston. It then flows north through Comet towards a confluence with the Nogoa River, where they both form the Mackenzie River. The Brown River is one of a number of tributariesContinue reading “Comet River and Weir..Queensland”
Wonderful location for camping…you can camp on either side of the river…It has toilets and a handsink if you need water for washing. The gardens around are beautiful and there is Museum you can visit for $5. Camping is free… The Calliope River is located in Central Queensland, Australia. The river rises in the CalliopeContinue reading “Calliope River Free Camp”
The aboriginal name of Carah was once given to Inskip Point. Early this century Inskip Point was the original settlement in the area and boasted a small school to cater for the children of the local timber workers and the Inskip Light Keeper. Some of the area between Inskip and Rainbow Beach was mined forContinue reading “RainBow Beach..Inskip Camping”