Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park

Situated in outback Queensland, Boodjamulla National Park, is a breath of fresh air. No fancy words or photo-shopping needed, this place speaks for itself.

Are you feeling like your life is just tough and you’re running out of steam? Like all you need is to get away to a little desert oasis and revive yourself?
Well… close your eyes and imagine the sounds of birds chirping and whistling, the gentle sound of water and palm trees rustling. Picture red, sunkissed cliffs, bright green pandanas surrounding refreshing clear blue waters just urging you to lounge and swim in. Feel the heat of the sun on your shoulders, the cool water flowing over your feet and the stress just melting away.

Boodjamulla is the perfect retreat to refresh, relax and rejuvenate. Located in outback Queensland it is the perfect affordable getaway for those needing an oasis. We feel so lucky to have spent 5 days exploring this desert oasis recently; we left feeling refreshed and happy!

The details:

$6.55 per night per person
✅Clean well kept amenities incl;
-Cold showers (which aren’t that cold)
-Flushing toilets
✅Plenty of water taps throughout the camp ground
✅Some shade but plenty of sun for solar
✅Level sites
✅Numerous short hikes with incredible views
✅Amazing swimming holes
✅Kayak hire available
✅Boat tours available
✅Only 10km to Adels Grove with restaurant, bar, fuel & general supplies
✅ Telstra signal
⚠️ must book atleast a week ahead due to its popularity
⚠️Almost 100km of average dirt road
⚠️ A remote destination, 320km from Mt Isa and without too much else around it is one of the few attractions in the area.
❌ No pets

One thought on “Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park

  1. […] Visiting 4 National Parks this month; Boodjamulla, Limmen, Nitmiluk & Kakadu; we have been absolutely spoilt, seeing some of the best that Australia has to offer. From sunrise looking over Lawn Hill Creek, seeing the red cliffs light up with the mornings glow, to a roaring red sunset while relaxing in Gunlom’s natural infinity pool. All of these places deserve their own time and space to be talked about, and in time I will put up a little bit about each place and their highlights. Click here to see the post on Boodjamulla. […]

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