Thrushton National Park Southern Queensland Country | Outback Queensland

Photo credit: © Qld Govt

Things to do

    Thrushton in bloom. Photo: © Queensland Government

    Thrushton in bloom. Photo: © Queensland Government

    Camping and accommodation

    Camping

    Bush camping is permitted. There are two designated bush camping areas in Thrushton National Park.

    Camping permits are required and fees apply. A tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site.

    Visitors must be self-sufficient in food, water, fuel, vehicle spares and medical supplies. Take a fuel or gas stove for cooking.

    Other accommodation

    There is a range of holiday accommodation in and around St George.

    For more information see the tourism information links.

    Walking

    Explore Thrushton National Park by bushwalking and birdwatching. There are no formal walking tracks so visitors need to be mindful of their safety. Take a compass as vegetation is thick and terrain featureless.

    Viewing wildlife

    Spring wildflowers are a feature of this park and more than 100 bird species have been recorded here. Scattered ironbark, cypress pine and kurrajong grow above areas of spinifex.

    Neabul Creek is lined with river red gums and coolibahs, and is the place to look for koalas and echidnas.

    • There are currently no park alerts for this park.