Do you need a 4WD for Blackdown Tablelands?
Getting there and getting around. Blackdown Tableland National Park lies in central Queensland 183 km west of Rockhampton. Some sections of the park are accessible to 2WD vehicles driven with care, but you will require a 4WD vehicle for the Loop Road to Mitha Boongulla.
What is there to do at Blackdown Tablelands?
A Guide to Blackdown Tableland National Park
- ABORIGINAL ROCK ART.
- SHORT WALKS & LOOKOUTS. GUDDA GUMOO LOOKOUT & GORGE (RAINBOW FALLS) MOOK MOOK. GOON GOON DHINA. GOODELA. YADDAMEN DHINA.
- SCENIC DRIVE (4WD-ONLY)
Are dogs allowed at Blackdown Tablelands?
Take in only what is permitted. Leave pets, firearms, generators and chainsaws at home. Leave no rubbish. Do not bury rubbish—take it with you when you leave, as rubbish bins are not provided.
Can you swim at Blackdown Tablelands?
This breathtaking national park is just off the Capricorn Highway, about 170km inland from Rockhampton. With hikes for a range of fitness levels, gorgeous lookouts, a waterfall to swim under and Ghungalu art work on rock faces, it’s absolutely worth a trip.
How tall is the dingo in Blackdown Tableland?
The traps are tossed like a hammer throw, with the record currently standing at 48 metres. Blackdown Tableland Gateway Dingo (51 km) and Bluff (53 km) are convenient access points to explore Blackdown Tableland National Park and both offer caravan park and hotel accommodation.
Where to go after Rainbow Falls Blackdown Tablelands?
There is a turnoff to the Blackdown Tablelands National Park, in between Dingo and Bluff. It will still be another hour to arrive at the Rainbow Falls Blackdown Tablelands NP Car Park, after passing by the Munall Campgrounds. If you looking for things to do in the area then you might want to check out Capricorn Caves.
Where is Blackdown Tableland National Park in Queensland?
Blackdown Tableland National Park is a gorgeous little gem of a national park in Central Queensland. High up on a plateau, you’ll find waterfalls, lookouts, hikes and Aboriginal rock art. Blackdown Tableland National Park delivers a whole lot more than what I expected.
Is it 4 wheel drive to Blackdown Tablelands?
Other roads are 4 wheel drive only, and best to check this before visiting. It takes a little under two hours to drive west of Rockhampton on the Capricorn Highway. There is a turnoff to the Blackdown Tablelands National Park, in between Dingo and Bluff.