Indarri Falls
  • Length: 3.8km

  • Duration: 1.5hrs

  • Grade: 3

  • Style: Return

  • Start: Unnamed Road, Lawn Hill

  • End: Unnamed Road, Lawn Hill

  • Closest Town:

  • Location: Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park

  • Distance from state capital: 2,130 km

  • State: QLD

  • Latitude: -18.7036309

  • Longitude: 138.4872365

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Indarri Falls is a 3.8km, grade 3 Return hike located in Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park Queensland. The hike should take approximately 1.5hrs to complete.

Summary

Indarri Falls, in Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park, is a scenic waterfall that separates the upper and middle gorges in Lawn Hill Gorge. Indarri Falls can be accessed by the 3.8 kilometre Indarri Falls walking track, one of two walking tracks that explore the western side of the camping area.

About the region

Boodjamulla National Park, formerly known as Lawn Hill National Park, is a national park in the Shire of Burke, Queensland, Australia. The park is in the Gulf Country region of northwestern Queensland. The park is 340 km (210 mi) northwest of Mount Isa or 1,837 km (1,141 mi) northwest of Brisbane.

The main attractions in the park are the sandstone ranges with deep gorges and a limestone plateau with significant fossil fields. Other attractions include crystal-clear green waters, lush vegetation and canoeing. Surrounding the park are numerous resources reserves, set aside for mineral exploration and mining.

The park contains several permanent creeks, waterholes, gorges, and sandstone ranges. Boodjamulla’s ancient sandstones and limestones have been gradually stripped away over millions of years leaving behind rugged escarpments, gorges, and rock outcrops. There are four main habitats contained with the park: riverine, alluvial flats, rocky hills, and clay plains.

Lawn Hill Gorge, the primary attraction in the park, cuts through the sandstone plateau of the Constance Range, on the eastern extremity of the Barkly Tableland. The gorge has been carved out by Lawn Hill Creek, which flows all year and is fed by numerous freshwater springs from the limestone plateau to the west. The gorge is a rich oasis with cabbage palms and other tropical vegetation.

Also located in the park are the Gregory River and O’Shanassy Rivers which flow all year round. The park contains 20 km of walking tracks.


For more information on this hiking trail, please visit Queensland.com