Thrushton National Park

Dense mulga scrub typical of Queensland’s Mulga Lands bioregion grows in this park.

 

The park also protects flat spinifex sandplains, dry eucalypt woodlands and relics of the former sheep grazing era.

 

Exploring Thrushton: Enjoy nature in this undeveloped park. Go birdwatching.

 

Bush camp in the park. Visitors must be self-sufficient. Take drinking water and a fuel stove for cooking.

 

Getting there: Thrushton is 40km north-east of Bollon and accessible only in dry weather. Four-wheel-drive is recommended.

 

Further Information:

 

Culgoa Floodplain National Park

 

PO Box 52 Goodooga NSW 2831

 

ph (07) 4625 0942

 

fax (07) 4625 0956

 

 

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