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Situated in the heart of the mulga lands, Thrushton National Park conserves a remnant of original vegetation within an area of extensive clearing. Gazetted in 1990, the park consists of flat, sandy plains and levees containing large stands of mulga and areas of spinifex with scattered ironbark, cypress pine and kurrajong. Neabul Creek, which flows through the park, is lined with river red gums and coolibahs.
Thrushton is 40km north-east of Bollon and 102km west of St George.