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Coalstoun Lakes National Park

The second crater lake in Coalstoun Lakes National Park after heavy rain. Photo: Sophia Levy, Queensland Government.The second crater lake in Coalstoun Lakes National Park after heavy rain. Photo: Sophia Levy, Queensland Government.

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Location

Located 20km south of Biggenden and 4km north of Coalstoun Lakes township.

What's special

Rising 200m above a broad cultivated valley, is an extinct volcano, Mount Le Brun, which contains two large craters which occasionally fill with shallow lakes. Formed more than 600,000 years ago, the mountain is one of the youngest volcanic formations in Australia.

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Location of Coalstoun Lakes National Park within Queensland

Last updated
20 November 2019