Isla Gorge National Park Wulli Wulli Country Outback Queensland

Photo credit: © Robert Ashdown

A maze of gorges, sandstone outcrops and striking rock formations, this park protects many rare and threatened plant species. Gorge Creek, a tributary of the Dawson River, flows through the park.


About 515km by road north-west of Brisbane


This is Wulli Wulli land and you are wunarmjum (welcome). Isla Gorge National Park is in the spiritual and ceremonial heart of the Wulli Wulli Nation. Look around and learn in order to understand the Wulli Wulli, whose culture is strong and alive. Isla Gorge National Park is Aboriginal land, jointly managed by its Traditional Owners the Wulli Wulli and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. Isla Gorge is a living cultural landscape where earth and our memories exist as one. Our iconic rock formations hide ancient wisdom and support diverse plant and animal life. Look closer during your visit to discover an awe-inspiring environment where the jam jam (birds) whisper the creation stories.

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Park facilities

  • Campfires allowed (conditions apply)
  • Lookout
  • Picnic tables
  • Toilets
  • Tent camping
  • Caravan camping
  • Camper trailer camping
  • Campervan camping
  • Motor home camping
  • Hiking
  • Walking

  • There are currently no park alerts for this park.