The home of Australia's award winning restaurants
Carnarvon Ranges National Park is located in Roma within the region of Western Downs. You may also wish to see other Roma attractions or Western Downs attractions.
Carnarvon Ranges National Park, Roma has been independently classified as: Attractions. Carnarvon Ranges National Park has been classified to enable you to effectively select the appropriate attraction you require. View the different attraction classifications.
Carnarvon Ranges National Park is located at: North of Roma, past the small settlement of Injune, Roma. For directions on how to get to & from Carnarvon Ranges National Park, please refer to the map. Onsite parking at Roma Attractions is usually available, however we recommend you phone in advance (if possible) for parking information.
Every Roma attraction operates their own opening and closing times. Likewise, opening hours at some attractions can vary depending on the season, public or religious holidays, and/or other circumstances. We advise you check individual opening hours of Carnarvon Ranges National Park before visiting. Natural and geographic attractions may open to the public any time of the day or night. For more information on when the best time is to visit attractions in the Western Downs region see our Western Downs regional guide.
To describe the features and facilities offered by Carnarvon Ranges National Park Roma, a system of international symbols has been adopted for clarity and ease of reference. Note - Attractions with the symbol have dedicated disabled facilities.
Reader reviews are a great way to find out what other locals & tourist, just like you, think about Carnarvon Ranges National Park Roma. The views and opinions expressed in these reviews are those of individual readers and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of AGFG, it's directors, management, employees, contractors, consultants or agents.
Get all the latest News, Events & Specials for attractions in Roma. The Australian Good Food & Travel Guide is Australia's premier on-line guide for Western Downs attractions news. Sign up as a member and we will send you all the latest specials and events in your local area, making sure you never miss out on a single thing!
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of Carnarvon Ranges National Park descriptions and information contained on this website. Notwithstanding, Carnarvon Ranges National Park in Roma may change and prices may vary. Whilst every effort has been made to keep the information on this website as accurate as possible, AGFG assumes no responsibility for errors, changes, omissions, inconveniences or incurred loss as a result of any inaccuracy. See our disclaimer
We hope our overview of Carnarvon Ranges National Park attractions in Roma has been of assistance.
North of Roma, past the small settlement of Injune,Roma QLD
The Carnarvon Gorge section of Carnarvon Ranges National Park forms one of the most impressive stretches of countryside in Australia. To the natural beauty of the cliffs and gorges, the vanished Aboriginal tribes left their iconic paintings and legends, best seen at Baloon Cave. Explore amongst the spectacular white cliffs and lush side gorges of Carnarvon Ranges National Park, with 21 kilometres of walking track taking you through mossy rainforests, eucalypts and cabbage palm forests.
Carnarvon Gorge is between Roma and Emerald. From Roma, drive north 90 kilometres to Injune and then a further 111 kilometres to Wyseby, along the Carnarvon Developmental Road. From Emerald, drive south 65 kilometres to Springsure, and then east 70 kilometres to Rolleston. From Rolleston, it is a further 61 kilometres south to Wyseby. At Wyseby, take the signed turn-off to the park. From the turn-off, drive 45 kilometres to the park. The road is normally suitable for conventional vehicles and caravans in dry weather
I have no financial interest or association with the above establishment. Your comments are integral in identifying and awarding quality establishments. AGFG reserves the right not to post reviews that may be construed as inappropriate or defamatory. Inasmuch this is not a forum for disgruntled patrons, but rather a mouthpiece to reward those establishments you deem to be of exceptional quality &/or value. The views and opinions expressed in these reviews are those of individual patrons and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of AGFG, it's directors, management, employees, contractors, consultants or agents. See our Disclaimer.
© Australian Good Food Guide Publishing Pty Ltd 2013. All rights reserved. Privacy Disclaimer
Not a member yet?
We'll never post without your permission
Sign up, it's free
Already have an account?
Your details will be kept strictly confidential and will not be passed onto any
To post reviews and vote, we just need to ask for a few more details:
By clicking 'Finish' you agree to the Terms