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Things to do
Camping is not permitted in the park.
There is a caravan park and camping area at Belyando Crossing, 15km south of the park. A range of other accommodation including hotels, camping and caravan parks can be found at Clermont and Charters Towers. For more information see, the tourism information links.
There are two walking tracks in Blackwood National Park. The tracks are not regularly maintained and can be overgrown with vegetation.
Brigalow circuit (Grade: easy)
Distance: 1km return
Time: allow 45mins walking time
Details: enjoy this short circuit walk from the car park through brigalow and lancewood scrub and past small seasonal wetlands.
Creek walk (Grade: moderate–difficult)
Distance: 6km return
Time: allow 2.5hrs walking time
Details: from the car park, follow this level track for 2.4km past small seasonal wetlands to the creek. During and after the wetter months the creek will hold water, but will be a dry bed for the rest of the year. From here, turn right and walk along the creek for 600m to a series of rock holes. The track along the creek is not formed and walkers must return along the same route to the car park.
Mountain bike on Blackwood National Park’s 17km return boundary firebreak. The firebreak is not maintained and has steep and very rocky sections. Access is via a turnstile at the car park. Bikes will need to be lifted over or slid under the fence.
Mountain bikes are not permitted on either of the walking tracks.
For more information, see cycling.
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