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Hell Hole Gorge National Park

Hell Hole Gorge National Park is best known for its waterholes, wildflowers and rock-wallabies. Photo: © Queensland GovernmentHell Hole Gorge National Park is best known for its waterholes, wildflowers and rock-wallabies. Photo: © Queensland Government

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Location

Hell Hole Gorge is 256km north-west of Charleville via Adavale.

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What's special

Hell Hole Waterhole, with its steep rocky banks and cascades that run after heavy rainfall, is the largest of several rock pools and seasonal waterholes that provide welcome relief in a harsh, arid landscape. Rugged gorges rimmed by cliff faces at the edge of stony tablelands lead to open, gently undulating plains. Wildflowers blossom in stunning seasonal displays after rain.

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Location of Hell Hole Gorge National Park within Queensland

Last updated
6 March 2019