Covering some 7500ha the park is home to many unusual types
of native flora including a quite rare species of Orchid
known as the Black Orchid which grows in trees and has been
seen in some Ooline. Vinetree, Emu Apple, Wild Orange,
Wait-a-while, Peach Bush, Currant Bush, and Fuchsia Bush are
just some of the unusual native plants to be found here.
There are no camping facilities within the park,
accommodation must be obtained in towns close by.
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.