Mount Moffat (Carnarvon National Park)

Located in the Carnarvon National Park is the Mount Moffatt section which offers glorious scenery, age-old Aboriginal sites and diverse fauna and flora. The landscape is quite distinct from the Carnarvon Gorge Section. Its open woodlands offer a feeling of space and freedom.

Just a short drive into Mount Moffatt you will find the Marlong Arch and the Chimneys, being both very worthy of visiting. A visit to Kenniff’s Cave (restricted access into the cave) whilst at Mount Moffatt is also a must. Legend has it that the Kenniff brothers, Patrick and James, at the turn of the 19th century lived and camped near Kenniff Cave during their infamous cattle duffing and horse stealing careers. Mount Moffatt is 160 kilometres north-west of Injune travelling along the Womblebank Gap Road. Mount Moffatt has communal toilet facilities, water and an information hut at the homestead.

Suitable Vehicle Type: 4WD
Access Via: Womblebank Gap Road
Distance From Injune: 160 kilometres

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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
Mount Moffatt Rangers Office: (07) 4626 3581