Some say you need to travel thousands of kilometres to experience true wilderness and remote locations, but just recently I explored a national park that ticks all these boxes and more and it is located just a few hours away from the hustle and bustle of Queensland capital city- Brisbane. On a recent trip through the New England tablelands area in northern NSW I decided to pop across the border into QLD, to explore the rugged Sundown National Park, a relatively small park of just over 11 000 hectares. There are several national parks in this area, located on a huge granite belt stretching for several hundred kilometres from the south to the north. The rugged ridges and gorges of Sundown National Park have taken millions of years to form from erosion, intense heat and pressure from past volcanic activity to form what we have today.
SUNDOWN NATIONAL PARK
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