Carnarvon Gorge

Oft-cited as one of Australia’s favourite outback walks, Carnarvon Gorge is visually stunning, and poses significant cultural importance. The ‘Indigenous Art Gallery’ within the Gorge is one of the best-preserved rock painting sites in all of Queensland.

Situated in the heart of Queensland’s rugged beauty, Carnarvon Gorge beckons adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts alike. This enchanting gorge, with its towering sandstone cliffs and lush, ancient rainforest, unveils a breathtaking landscape shaped by millions of years of geological marvels. 

As you traverse the well-trodden trails, discover hidden wonders including a significant Aboriginal site home to 2000 engravings, ochre stencils and free-hand paintings adorning a 62m long sandstone wall. Carnarvon Gorge stands as a sanctuary for those seeking solace in nature—a timeless escape where history, beauty, and tranquility converge.

Whether you’re an avid hiker, a wildlife enthusiast, or simply in search of awe-inspiring landscapes, Carnarvon Gorge promises an unforgettable journey through the untouched nature of Queensland.