Sundown National Park is a rugged and remote wilderness on the Queensland–New South Wales border.
Photo credit: Brett Roberts © Queensland Government
A half day’s drive from Brisbane, there’s an outback adventure just waiting to happen. At Sundown National Park, you and your kids can unplug from your ‘everyday’ (no mobile connection here!) and reconnect face to face (not phone to phone) in the vastness of a breathtaking landscape.
Photo credit: © Queensland Government
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Swim, canoe, fish or simply relax and enjoy this tranquil creek-side setting, nestled against a backdrop of imposing mountain ranges.
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