Isla Gorge National Park
Facilities and activities
The sandstone rocks of Isla Gorge change from yellow to orange and pink with the angle of the sun. Photo: Robert Ashdown NPRSR
The Traditional Clan group of the area covered by Isla Gorge welcomes guests to our land. We hope that you enjoy your visit and ask that you respect this place, as it is of special significance and spirituality to our people.
Kongabulla Clan of the Iman Tribe - the Carpet Snake People
About 515km by road north-west of Brisbane
A maze of gorges, sandstone outcrops and striking rock formations, this park protects many rare and threatened plant species. Gorge Creek, a tributary of the Dawson River, flows through the park.
- Central Queensland Sandstone Belt map
- Central Queensland Sandstone Belt parks visitor guide
- Isla Gorge National Park map
- Species lists
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