Nestled just an hour’s drive to the west of Mackay, Queensland, lies a hidden gem of natural beauty and serenity—Eungella National Park. This enchanting park boasts mist-topped mountains, lush rainforests, and rugged gorges, providing a haven for nature enthusiasts and adventurers alike. Join us as we embark on a journey through this pristine wilderness, filled with breathtaking landscapes and unforgettable experiences.

Bushwalking Paradise: Eungella National Park is a bushwalker’s paradise, offering more than 20 kilometers of scenic walking tracks to explore. Lace up your hiking boots and immerse yourself in the wonders of Queensland’s best bushwalking trails. From leisurely strolls to challenging hikes, there’s a trail for every level of fitness and interest. As you venture deeper into the park, you’ll be rewarded with awe-inspiring vistas and encounters with the region’s unique flora and fauna.

Encounters with Wildlife: One of the park’s most beloved attractions is the chance to spot the elusive platypus and rare frogs from the Broken River viewing platform. As you patiently observe from this vantage point, you may witness these fascinating creatures in their natural habitat, a truly magical experience. Keep your eyes peeled for the elusive Eungella honeyeater, a rare bird species that calls this park home. Eungella National Park is a sanctuary for wildlife, offering opportunities to connect with the natural world in a profound way.

Picnic in Paradise: Eungella National Park is not only a place of adventure but also a perfect spot to unwind and connect with nature. Discover the park’s numerous picnic spots, each offering its own unique charm and breathtaking views. Imagine enjoying a delightful picnic surrounded by towering trees, the sounds of birdsong filling the air, and the serenity of nature embracing you. To make your experience even more convenient and memorable, don’t hesitate to speak to us about a picnic hamper that you can take with you for the day.