Things to do
Goodedulla National Park has camping areas at Wadlow Yards, Kings Dam and The Palms. There are no facilities at these camping areas. Camping permits are required and must be obtained prior to arrival, and fees apply.
- Find out more about camping in Goodedulla National Park
- Book your camp site online
- If you cannot book online, see camping bookings for other options.
There is a range of holiday accommodation in Rockhampton.
For more information see tourism information links.
There are no formal walking tracks—however there are numerous tracks within the park for drivers and walkers. Please follow the Queensland Parks and forest walk with care guidelines.
Keep to designated marked tracks—download the Goodedulla National Park map to assist with navigation within the park. Drive carefully as the terrain is steep, often slippery and help may be many hours away. Please follow the Queensland Parks and forests 4WD with care guidelines.
Goodedulla offers excellent opportunities for birdwatching including regular sightings of various raptors. Visitors have spotted emus, echidnas and grey kangaroos. The reserve provides valuable habitat for native animals as the area is relatively undisturbed in comparison to the heavily cleared areas to the north.
Enjoy your time in Goodedulla National Park and remember to check park alerts before you visit.