Cania Gorge Tourist Retreat
In a sandstone gorge at the entrance to the Cania Gorge National Park, this excellent eco-friendly tourist park packed with top-notch facilities has 40 powered sites, 20 unpowered sites and a modern amenities block. There’s a pool, laundry, grocery shop, cabins, gas re-fills and a fish-cleaning area. Popular activities include taking a hike on the national park walking tracks, fishing in Lake Cania and taking a scenic drive on a 4WD track. From Monto, follow the Burnett Hwy for 12 km, then take the bitumen road a further 12 km to the national park. Bookings are recommended for peak periods.
How to book: 1253 Cania Rd, Monto (07) 4167 8110 www.caniagorgeretreat.com.au
Who to contact: (07) 4167 8188
Further information & bookings: Bookings advisable during peak periods Tel.: (07) 4167 8110
This campsite is located in Cania Gorge National Park
The spectacular cliffs, ancient caves and bright-coloured sandstone of Cania Gorge hold extraordinary historical and cultural significance. There is evidence that Aboriginal people have lived in the Cania Gorge area for tens of thousand of years, and freehand painting including images of animals and their tracks are still present today (not for public display). There are seven keys walking tracks in the park and a day-use area, but bush camping is not permitted. Access to the park is signposted at Cania Road from the Burnett Highway, 12 kilometres north of Monto.
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