Boodjamulla National Park


The Waanyi People warmly welcome you to Boodjamulla National Park, which we know as our spiritual and sacred Bujimala (Rainbow Serpent) country.

We invite you to explore its breathtaking firey-red sandstone gorges and emerald-green healing water (Boulgi waters).

Discover the cultural walking tracks and ancient land features that preserve many mesmerising relics from the past which will transport you back 30,000 years.

Whether you explore by foot, or by canoe paddling through the gorge, Boodjamulla National Park promises to captivate you.

Explore Boodjamulla

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Our Journey So far

In June 2023, the Boodjamulla National Park was returned to its Traditional Owner, the Waanyi People.

“To be involved in co-management of the Park will lead to significant sustainable socio-economic development opportunities for the Boodjamulla – a unique place for our People and culture.”
– Alec Doomadgee, Chairman of the Waanyi PBC.

The Boodjamulla National Park is under the cooperative management of the Waanyi PBC and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, supported by Impact250.