The grazing property homestead 'Caiwarro'
is a fascinating relic to heritage enthusiasts because of
the many old buildings and machinery on site here. Please do
not remove items from this location. Aboriginal artefacts
can be found throughout the park many locations where they
are found are of significant cultural importance again
please leave these sites as you find them.
permitted in several locations however facilities are almost
non existent, you will need to bring in your own water and
supplies. Canoeing and kayaking are permitted on Lake
Numalla, motorised craft are banned from all waterways in
the park to preserve the fragile habitats of the bird and
animal species that live here.
Fishing is permitted but
only with bait found within the parks or nearby areas. Some
of the bird species that can be found here include Royal
Spoonbills, Straw Necked Ibis, Great Egrets, pelicans,
herons, cormorants, pluvers, and brolga's can all be found
here. Many species of cockatoo and dry land birds also make
the park home all these birds make for a great bird watching
park especially during the wet seasons.
Contact the local Parks and
Wildlife Service or visit the
QLD National parks, marine parks and forests website. In addition
to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism
visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local
maps and other information.