Sandstone Park Carnarvon Gorge

Indicative Rate * AU$20 to AU$270

Sandstone Park Carnarvon Gorge is the ultimate destination to rejuvenate the soul.

Sandstone Park is known for its stunning 360 degree views, we offer every level of experience and accommodation, with campsites, guesthouse, helicopter flights, guided tours and event venue, Sandstone Park, situated on the tip of our 43'000 acre organic cattle station, gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in one of Queenslands last relatively unknown spectacular destinations.

Located on the doorstep to Carnarvon Gorge, a luscious oasis hidden in the rugged ranges of The Great Dividing Range. The white sandstone cliff faces form a spectacular gorge with interesting and ever changing side gorges, each with their own story to tell. The cultural and natural heritage that Carnarvon Gorge offers is second to none.

Only a days drive from just about anywhere in Southern Queensland we border two of the most iconic destinations in Queensland, the Southern Great Barrier Reef and the Outback.

They are located 250 kilometres from Roma and Emerald, 400 kilometres from Rockhampton and 800 kilometres from Brisbane. Both Roma and Emerald have airports. The scenic drive into Carnarvon Gorge is sealed.

Sandstone Park is open seasonally from Easter to September School Holidays.

Our Rooms

Guesthouse

This is your home away from home, with all the comforts required for a fantastic holiday, our guesthouse has been exquisitely interior decorated with only the finest of homewares selected. Overlooking Carnarvon Gorge sit back with a wine in hand over your beautiful firepit. You have the views all to yourself with your very exclusive vantage point with not even one other house in sight. With three bedrooms, two bathrooms, laundry, air conditioning, wifi, playground, established gardens with fruit trees we have not left any comforts of a station stay behind, you even have your own chickens! Whether you be looking for a girls weekend, a family reunion or just a couple of nights away, this house has endless opportunities. The station owners wanted a place for guests to feel spoilt yet comfortable to relax and enjoy all that Carnarvon Gorge has to offer.

Campsite

With 360 degree views from every campsite, private fire pits and each site approx 700m2 in size, you will be sure to relax and enjoy your camping experience with us. All sites are drive through. Located only 5 km from the Carnarvon Gorge walks. Plenty of space for your friend to pull up alongside you as we can have up to three caravans/campers per site with still plenty of room. We have a dump point and reportedly the best portaloo toilets in Australia. Feel like you are on top of the world with your million dollar views. Suitable for tent campers, caravans, motorhomes.

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