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Diamantina National Park Outback Queensland

Discover Diamantina’s spectacularly diverse and ancient landscape. Photo credit: © Fiona Leverington

About Diamantina

    Park features

    This 507,000 hectare park is home to many rare and threatened species. Lake Constance and Hunters Gorge are important wetlands and support breeding populations of many resident and migratory birds.

    Diamantina National Park was formerly a pastoral holding and became a national park in 1992. It sweeps across highly weathered sandstone ranges in the east, down to the floodplains of the Diamantina River and its tributaries, then across Mitchell grass plains to dune-fields reminiscent of deserts further west.

    This is the traditional homelands of the Maiawali and Karuwali people, whose connection to this landscape spans thousands of years.

    Looking after the park

    Everything in Diamantina National Park is protected, including plants, animals and heritage sites and artefacts. Please appreciate, respect and help care for Diamantina’s outstanding natural and cultural values by leaving things as you find them, and encouraging others to do the same.

    Please read looking after parks in Central West Queensland.

    Park management

    Each park in the Central West Queensland district has unique attributes. They are managed to conserve their natural condition and protect their cultural resources and values. Diamantina National Park is managed by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.

    Tourism information links

    Waltzing Matilda Centre(contact for Dinosaur Trackways)
    50 Elderslie Street, Winton
    ph (07) 4657 1466 or 1300 665 115

    Diamantina Shire Council
    17 Herbert Street, Bedourie
    ph (07) 4746 1600
    fax (07) 4746 1272

    Longreach Regional Council
    96A Eagle Street, Longreach
    ph (07) 4658 4111
    fax (07) 4658 4116

    Windorah Visitor Information Centre
    Maryborough Street, Windorah
    ph (07) 4656 3063

    For information on road conditions see Queensland Traffic

    Phone 13 19 40 for 24-hour road reports.

    For tourism information for all regions in Queensland see Queensland Holidays.