Blackdown Tablelands National Park
About the Track
Track Description

Entrance to the park is 10 kms west of Dingo on the Capricorn Highway. Easy 4wd loop road through some fantastic scenery. Lookouts across the area, waterfalls and huge rock formations are just part of what you will see. There is also lots of wildlife including huge numbers of Black Goannas.


Blackdown Tableland National Park via Blackwater
S 23’44.906, E 149’06.561

At the north-eastern edge of the Central Queensland sandstone belt, the spectacular gorges of Blackdown Tableland National Park rise boldly above the plains. This magnificent site is the northern apex of a great downward buckle in the rocks. The steep escarpments offer a dramatic sight and protect a beautiful National Park adorned with waterfalls and aboriginal rock art.

Blackdown Tableland National Park protects a sandstone plateau rising abruptly above Central Queensland\'s flat plains. Bordered by high rugged cliffs, this is the traditional home of the Ghungalu people. Rock art across the park reminds us of their connection with this country. Dissected by deep gorges, the park offers spectacular lookouts and scenic waterfalls.

Unique plant communities thrive in the cooler, elevated climate. Several short tracks take in creeks, lookouts and interesting relics from the past. Go spotlighting at night or relax in the peaceful Munall campground. Enjoy the views from Horseshoe lookout. In a four wheel drive, explore the 19 kilometre loop road.

Track Logs
User ID Log Vehicle Date
32705 Near Emerald. In a park. Subaru Forester Sep 1, 2012
28474 Track completed in Volkswagon Tiguan. Volkswagon 4wd May 7, 2012
664 Nissan Patrol Mar 27, 2011
293 Nissan Patrol Feb 13, 2010
32198 LandRover 110 May 26, 2007