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Tully Gorge National Park

Photos: Tourism Queensland; Jodie Thomas; John Connolly, Queensland Government; Barry Schmith, Queensland Government.Photos: Tourism Queensland; Jodie Thomas; John Connolly, Queensland Government; Barry Schmith, Queensland Government.

Camping bookings

All camping in this park must be booked prior to arrival. To find out more about purchasing an e-permit, see camping information.

Facilities and activities

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Welcome

The Aboriginal Traditional Owners of this area—the Jirrbal and Gulnay people—welcome you to Tully Gorge National Park. The Traditional Owners continue their cultural obligations and ask that visitors respect and care for the area. The area is rich in cultural history and has many significant sites and story places.

Location

Tully section:
Tully Gorge camping and day-use areas are 41km north-west of Tully.
Cochable Creek camping area is 47km north-west of Tully.
Alligators Nest day-use area is 6km north of Tully.
Mount Tyson walking track starts on the western edge of Tully township.

Tableland section:
Tully Gorge lookout is 24km south of Ravenshoe.

What's special

The Tully River plunges down the Cardwell Range, through a densely forested gorge.

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Last updated
11 December 2014