Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park

As well as containing the World Heritage– listed Riversleigh fossil sites, Boodjamulla is widely known as one of Queensland’s most scenic national parks. It has spectacular gorges with great opportunities for swimming, hiking and just sitting around enjoying it all, among pandanus and freshwater crocodiles. You can hire canoes by the hour from the Lawn Hill Gorge campsite, which has toilets and showers. Bookings are required from Easter to October and will usually need to be made well in advance, online or by phone (see below).

Many travellers prefer to camp at Adels Grove, which has shady campsites, some permanent tents and rooms, hot showers and a restaurant. Activities include swimming, canoeing, and half-day interpretive tours of the Riversleigh fossil sites, where you will see fossils in situ.

Contact Info

Lawn Hill Gorge: 13 1304

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