Accessible only during the dry season this large park
over 108000 ha is home to the famous Robinson Gorge a 14 km
long gorge surrounded by cliffs up to 100m high and
extremely narrow in places.
The park has few facilities
for the visitor but there are walking tracks available and
camp sites are available at Starkvale Creek and Spotted Gum.
All food and water must be brought into the park, during the
dry season water holes may completely dry up. The nearest
town is Taroom 128km away by gravel road the last 16km into
the park is passable by 4WD only.
The majority of the land within the park is
sandstone plateau covered in eucalypt forest and home to many plants and
animals. The park also has a rich aboriginal history with many paintings and
artefacts to be found within the park indicating a long association with
Australia's 1st human inhabitants..