Boodjamulla National Park

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Discover Lawn Hill Gorge

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Explore the gorge and surrounding landscapes on one of the park’s many walking tracks. Some careful planning will ensure you experience the best sites at the best time of day.

Make an early start and walk the short but strenuous Island Stack to welcome first light over the gorge. In the afternoon, hike the Constance Range track for sunset views that stretch over the rolling hills.

Follow Bujimala (Rainbow Serpent) on the Rainbow Serpent track and learn Lawn Hill Gorge’s creation story, as told by the Waanyi People. Marvel at rock art and engravings on the Wild Dog Dreaming track.

Take the easy Botanical walk to discover extraordinary tufa (limestone) formations, shaped by creek water over thousands of years. Be rewarded with bird’s eye views over Lawn Hill Gorge from one of many vantage points along the Duwadarri lookout, Indarri Falls and Upper Gorge lookout tracks.