Beilba (Expedition National Park)

The Beilba section of the Expedition National Park is wedged in between the Dawson River to the north and the major waterway, Baffle Creek, to the south. Beilba consists of sandstone gorges and the predominant timber is Brigalow, Lancewood and Eucalypt woodlands. The area is a watershed for the Dawson/Fitzroy river systems and is part of the Central Queensland Sandstone Belt.

Previous to 1993 Beilba was run as a cattle station and there is still evidence of this by the lasting house, cattle yards, fences and dams. You will also see evidence of the Methane gas industry that exists in the area.

There is a camp site overlooking a gorge 1km past the Beilba house. There are no facilities at the park, so ensure you are completely self contained if you’re planning on camping there.

There are lots of gorges to explore and you will have a great ‘bush’ experience as chances are you will have the park to yourself!

Suitable Vehicle Type: 4WD and off-road camper trailers. Check road conditions before leaving Injune.
Access Via: Fairview Road
Distance From Injune: 57 kilometres
NO FUEL AVAILABLE AT NATIONAL PARKS
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CONTACTS:

Injune Visitor Information Centre
32 Hutton Street, Injune, 4454
PO Box 129, Injune, 4454
T: 07 4626 0503
F: 07 4626 0591
E: tourism@maranoa.qld.gov.au