Tregole National Park Outback Queensland

Tregole National Park. Photo: © Karen Smith.

Things to do

    Camping and accommodation

    Camping is not permitted in Tregole National Park.

    There is accommodation in Morven, which is 11km from the parks day use area. Charleville and Mitchell are also options for accommodation.

    Exploring Tregole

    Relax and enjoy the bush. Read the signs in the information shelter to discover more about the park.

    Have a bush picnic. A gas barbecue is provided. Open fires are not permitted. Please do not feed the animals. Take some drinking water and remove your rubbish when you leave.

    Take your binoculars and camera and go birdwatching.

    Walking

    Key to track standards

    The classification system is based on Australian Standards. Please note that while each track is graded according to its most difficult section, other sections may be easier.

    Grade 4 walking trackGrade 4 track

    • May be extensively overgrown; hazards such as fallen trees and rocks likely to be present.
    • Moderate level of fitness required.
    • Ankle-supporting footwear strongly recommended.

    Grade 4 walking trackTregole circuit—2.1km return (allow 45 minutes)

    Walk through the ooline forest, along a ridge and back to the picnic area. Look for the black orchid growing on the ooline tree trunks. Wear a hat and sunscreen and allow up to an hour for the walk.

    • There are currently no park alerts for this park.