Rundle Range National Park, State Forest and Resources Reserve

The area conserves an area of Belah (Casuarina cristata) and dry rainforest with large areas of eucalypt woodland and open forest. Over 284 plant species have been recorded.
The road through the National Park follows an old telegraph line. The State Forest is on the eastern side of range. The Resources Reserve is to the south of the range.


National Park 2,170ha
State Forest 3,860ha
Resources Reserve 706ha




Bush camping is permitted, however, a camping permit is required. Occasional camping available at Sandfly Flats on the western boundary of the national park .


For further information:


QPWS Ranger in Charge
136 Goondoon Street
PO Box 5065
Phone: (07) 4971 6500
Fax: (07) 4972 1993



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