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Australian National Parks


Australia is often described as having 'beauty rich and rare' - and when it comes to our naturally diverse and spectacular national parks, this couldn't be more true. 

From the other-worldly vibes of outback NSW's Mungo National Park, to the tropical paradise that is Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park or the wild ruggedness of the Grampians National Park - it's clear that no two national parks in this country are the same - and each offer a unique experience for the visitor.

As Australians, swapping the hustle and bustle of the city for the chance to sleep out under the stars is our national pastime, and it's camping out in a national park that many outdoor lovers simply can't resist.

National parks offer a smorgasbord of other activities too, including bushwalking, birdwatching, fossicking, kayaking or canoeing, swimming, fishing, mountain biking, 4WDing. Whatever your style of adventure, there's a national park that caters for you. 

The following national parks showcase the best of Australia, so whether it's camping in a world-heritage listed park in Qld, or discovering culturally significant sites in an outback NSW national park, you can find all the info you need here. 



Eight National Parks Near Broken Hill

Discover eight unique and spectacular national parks within reach of Broken Hill. Each park offers something special and rewarding for every visitor with an experience they will never forget.


National Parks of New England

The national parks of New England's high country are on lands forged by violent geologic forces. These magnificent landscapes offer great bushwalking opportunities.


Top 6 Tenterfield National Parks

Tenterfield’s national parks offer plenty of choices for anyone wanting to enjoy nature, walk, swim, picnic, camp and see the sights.


Gibraltar National Park

Located 90 km west of Grafton on the NSW’s mid north coast, there is a hidden gem just waiting to be explored.


Top 3 things to do in Carrai National Park

Head for the hills and explore the remote wilderness of Carrai National Park.


Gundabooka National Park

Gundabooka National Park is an expansive area rich in both Aboriginal and European heritage.


Warrabah National Park

If you're searching for an adventure the whole family can enjoy, look no further than Warrabah National Park.


Kosciuszko National Park

Apart from the obvious snowfields in winter, Kosciuszko National Park, NSW offers lots of sights and activities in the summer months.


Top 5 things to do in Deua National Park

New adventures await in the rugged and spectacular Deua National Park, with the journey into this remote park half the fun!


Cocoparra National Park

Experience a world of colour in the Riverina region of NSW.


Willandra National Park

Once famous for wool productions, Willandra National Park gives insight into the region's pastoral heritage.


Mount Kaputar National Park

Experience the world from above with a visit to this ancient landscape.


Morton National Park

From Pigeon House Mountain in the south to the spectacular Fitzroy Falls in the north, Morton National Park will leave you feeling airborne.


Yanga National Park

It may be one of the state's newest parks, but the land in the Yanga National Park boasts a long and fascinating history.




Grampians National Park

Western Victoria’s Grampians National Park is a mountainous bush escape just three hours’ from Melbourne.


Camping in Murray Sunset National Park

Located in Victoria’s far north-west corner, the 677,000-hectare national park is Victoria’s largest, stretching from the Pink Lakes near Underbool at its southern-most point to Lindsay Island, bordered by the Murray River in the north.




Carnarvon National Park

A trip to Carnarvon Gorge in Carnarvon NP is a memorable off-road adventure which starts as soon as you enter the park.


Girringun National Park

Girringun National Park is an extensive national park in far north Queensland that covers five areas, each offering unique natural attractions, with Wallaman Falls the highlight.


Lamington National Park

A rainforest oasis located only 90mins inland from the busy Gold Coast, World Heritage-listed Lamington National Park transports the visitor into another world.


Bladensburg National Park

Relatively unknown, Bladensburg National Park is easily accessed via the outback town of Winton.


Paluma Range National Park

Paluma Range National Park consists of two sections: Jourama Falls in the north and Lake Paluma in the south.


Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park

This tropical oasis, surrounded by livistona palms, pandanus and white cedar trees, is located in the vast Gulf Savannah which stretches from the Northern Territory to outback Queensland.




5 Unforgettable Experiences in Karijini National Park

Hidden away in the Pilbara region of Western Australia is Karijini National Park, a remote park home to pristine scenery and an array of incredible experiences that you're unlikely to ever forget.




Coongie Lakes National Park

Hidden away in the Pilbara region of Western Australia is Karijini National Park, a remote park home to pristine scenery and an array of incredible experiences that you're unlikely to ever forget.

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