Wave Rock Trail Information
In central western Queensland, Idalia National Park protects extensive mulga woodlands, the headwaters of the Bulloo River, and tributaries of the Barcoo River system. The broad, sandy, river red gum-fringed watercourses are usually dry, except following rain.
Mulga covers most of the park, but Mountain yapunyah, Dawson gum and lancewood occasionally grow in the low bendee woodlands on the escarpments and steep slopes. Yellow-footed rock-wallabies live in Idalia's high rocky escarpments.
Wind, sun and time are nature's carving tool here and sunset is the paintbrush. Follow the unformed trail with markers to show the way to explore the rock's colours and shapes under this striking wave-shaped cliff. Take a short climb for an eagle's eye view of the surrounding plateau stretching out.
Idalia National Park
Amid the gorges and rocky formations of the Gowan Range tablelands, Idalia National Park protects..Idalia National Park Road
Drive through beautiful country landscape as you make your way along this track from Blackall to..Mount Slocombe Lookout
Mount Slocombe Lookout is located close to the small town of Yaraka. The panoramic view takes in..Langlo - Adavale Road
Rather than taking the Matilda Highway, this track is a great alternative to see more of..Isis Downs Shearing Shed
The Isis Downs Shearing Shed is the largest shearing shed in Australia. It consists of 52 shearing..Outer Barcoo Interpretive..
The Outer Barcoo Interpretation Centre features the world class fossil exhibit of Isisfordia..Moonbria Road and Barcoo..
Get the feel of a real outback driving adventure! The Moonbria and Barcoo River Roads are a great..Ram Park
Ram Park is a museum complex designed to inspire residents of Blackall and visitors to the region..Blackall Sculpture Trail
Blackall is home to a selection of sculptures that are eloquently representative of cultural..Blackall Aquatic Centre
What better way to rest, relax and unwind after a day's sightseeing but in the warm waters of the..