Cania Gorge National Park

Cania Gorge National Park, Monto - opiniones y fotos

Cania Gorge National Park
4.5
Parques nacionales • Áreas de naturaleza y vida silvestre • Formaciones geológicas

4.5
44 opiniones
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Brissy2
Hervey Bay, Australia5.908 aportes
Weekend visit
feb. de 2021
We stayed at the nearby caravan park (2kms away) and drove to the National Park Dam and Lookout. People were jet skiing on the dam as the dam level was still at a good level. We also did a walk on the Shamrock Mine track.
Escrita el 4 de octubre de 2021
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Chook1943
Beaudesert, Australia508 aportes
Serenity in the Bush
ago. de 2021
Staying for a short time, we found that we did not have enough time to do all the great walks. We fitted in four in the one day and one then next before we had to leave. Dripping Rock, The Overhang, Dragon Cave were all done one after the other and in the afternoon we did Shamrock Mine. The next morning we visited Big Foot before we headed home.
Escrita el 31 de agosto de 2021
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Diane M
Bundaberg, Australia71 aportes
A beautiful masterpiece.
jul. de 2021 • Pareja
Only went for a drive to see the sights (this trip.) Not up to doing most of the hikes due to knee issues but will return. The beauty of the gorge needs to be seen with your own eyes.
Escrita el 28 de julio de 2021
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Margie H
Mooloolaba, Australia34 aportes
Quick trip intended to stay but no cabins available
may. de 2021
It looked like an interesting gorge with good walks. Worried me to see many jackjumpers which have the most painful bite of all the ants in Australia. Should supply Stingose perhaps !
Escrita el 7 de mayo de 2021
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Chandra H
Wagga Wagga, Australia49 aportes
Great short walks
abr. de 2021 • Amigos
Lots of variety in terrain and we were able to see both black striped wallabies and whiptail wallabies.

We walked to the lookout at Cania Gorge and wandered through the other paths nearby on the way down, Bloodwood Cave and Dragon Cave were both great little exploration trails.

The toilets were clean at the parking lot and there was great information on local species, history and geography of the area.
Escrita el 10 de abril de 2021
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mccorquinn
Gold Coast, Australia968 aportes
Unmissable!
mar. de 2021
The Gorge and the eponymous dam - a popular fishing, camping and water ski-ing spot for the locals and visitors alike, is an easy 30 minute (or less) drive from Monto township. It's an easy, but narrow, road to navigate. While we were there some tourists picked up a tortoise that was intending to cross to the other side, saving it from an uncertain fate with all the traffic that surprisingly is there. The Gorge itself offers a number of walking gradients of various degrees of difficulty, and the shortest walk is about 3 kms return. The massive sandstone outcrops comprising the Gorge are clearly visible as you approach the park from which you set out on your walk/s. Camping is allowed and there are numerous signs, including highly informative ones on the flora and fauna, both in the park and as you walk along the clearly-signed walkways. If you were to drive another 10 minutes you'd arrive at the Dam, with its interesting construction history displayed in an open shed doubling up as a lookout. Toilets are located at the foot of the hill where boats are launched in to the still waters of this immense dam.
Escrita el 28 de marzo de 2021
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RAKESH
Queensland, Australia244 aportes
Nature everywhere
mar. de 2020 • Amigos
Wonderful place to visit, beautiful bushwalk,easy walk to see caves and dipping rock and lookout.recommend to everyone.
Escrita el 30 de enero de 2021
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Sue M
Brisbane Region, Australia405 aportes
An easy hike through the Gorge
ene. de 2021 • Amigos
A nice place to visit.

An easy walk for the kids or older folk to get into the gorge.

Well sign posted and easy tracks and we’ll maintained.

There are some longer tracks for more experienced walkers but I just went to the overhang rock past the dripping rock. Not hard and about one and a half hours round trip.

We drove to the dam at the end of the road and it is probably ok to swim but the waterline is well under where it normally is.

We stayed in a pub in Monto just 10 kilometres away. Very convenient if you aren’t camping or caravanning.
Escrita el 6 de enero de 2021
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Niccers16
Bundaberg, Australia256 aportes
Stunning Scenery!!
nov. de 2020 • Familia
A trip to Cania wouldn’t be complete without a bush walk or two. A wide variety of walks available to suit all ages and abilities. Pack plenty of food and water as walks have varying degrees of shade. Best to hike early morning before the heat comes in, and this tends to stick around all day, so take care with afternoon walks.
Escrita el 14 de noviembre de 2020
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Donald B
Brisbane, Australia121 aportes
Great range of walks suitable for all ages.
oct. de 2020
Beautiful sandstone bluffs with majestic views and plenty of caves and overhangs to explore. Walking tracks were well marked and accessible for anyone with a moderate level of fitness. Steeper sections have steps, a little "rock hopping" through creek lines and up to the caves, but nothing too difficult.
Many of the shorter walks can be completed one after the other. We also did the 22 km return walk to Castle Mountain overlooking Cania Dam - the track up the escarpment to the Gorge Lookout is moderate, with plenty of steps, but from there the track has a very gentle grade along a forestry track. We took 6 hours to complete the track with plenty of breaks for water and snacks - start early to beat the heat of the day.
Escrita el 21 de octubre de 2020
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