On our Drive through North Queensland we decided to visit Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) national park.
Lawn Hill is one of Queenslands most scenic national park. There is lots to see and do with walking tracks to suit all levels.
The national park is location 340 km north-west of Mount Isa (via Riversleigh) and 220 km south-west of Burketown (via Gregory Downs). The entire distance from Burketown and approximately 170 kilometres of road from Mount Isa is unsealed and can be rough at times, with patches of bulldust and corrugation when it is dry. The roads are unsuitable for conventional vehicles and caravans and can be impassable for extended periods after rain. Allow at least 4 to 5 hours for the journey from Mount Isa and remember to always check road conditions before leaving.
When we arrived we checked into Adels Grove Camping Ground, an eco-sensitive tourist park on Lawn Hill Creek. Adels grove is located 10 kilometres downstream from Lawn Hill National Park and is set among a plantation of exotic trees. This park is a great place to stay, relax and unwind when you are checking out this spectacular Queensland holiday destination.
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