Welcome to Boodjamulla National Park
Boodjamulla is one of the most beautiful, pristine places in Outback Queensland. A series of deep flame-red sandstone gorges towers above the spring-fed, luminous green Lawn Hill Creek. Lush vegetation, including cabbage-leaf palms, pandanus and turkey bush, line the gorge, providing a haven for wildlife in this outback oasis. The Waanyi people, for whom Lawn Hill Gorge is sacred, have inhabited the area for 30,000 years, leaving traces of rock art. The park's name comes from the local Waanyi word for Rainbow Serpent.