Year-round, Isla Gorge is amazing.
Each season and even at different times of the day, the park offers outstanding experiences with the land covered in thick evergreen foliage and a backdrop of coloured cliffs and gorges that put on quite a display as the sunlight shifts throughout the day. However, Mother Nature really turns on the charm in late winter and spring.
During these months, the bush is bursting with native blooms, attracting honeyeaters and bush animals such as grey kangaroos, whiptail and Herbert’s rock wallabies. Only found in these parts, the Herbert’s rock wallabies are generally hard to spot but graze on the plentiful supply of grasses, flowers and seasonal fruits found across park.
The days are warm and clear and the views from any vantage point are seemingly endless across the distant horizon.