Olkola National Park (CYPAL) Tropical North Queensland

Creek line in Olkola National Park (CYPAL) Photo credit: © Francis Malcolm

Things to do

    Camping and accommodation

    Spoonbill and egret.
    Spoonbill and egret.

    Photo credit: © Francis Malcolm

    Camping

    Camping is currently not permitted in Olkola National Park (CYPAL).

    Other accommodation

    There is accommodation available in and around Laura, Coen and other locations along the Peninsula Developmental Road. For more information see the tourism information links.

    Spoonbills and radjah shelducks at a drying lagoon.
    Spoonbills and radjah shelducks at a drying lagoon.

    Photo credit: © Francis Malcolm

    Walking and day-use area

    Nukakurra Lagoon walking track

    Refer to Nukakurra Lagoon walking track information.

    Fishing

    Fishing is prohibited in all freshwater streams, lagoons and creeks of this national park (CYPAL).

    Viewing wildlife

    Nukakurra Lagoon and Eight Mile Creek are located along the Nukakurra Lagoon walking track and provide a great opportunity for visitors to see freshwater turtles and waterbirds. During the dry season, as water becomes scarce across the landscape, wildlife congregate around remaining waterholes to feed. Please remember that crocodiles occur in this park, so visitors must take precautions.

    Always Be Crocwise in croc country.