Hell Hole Gorge National Park is a remote park in the arid mulga lands of south-western Queensland.
The park features Hell Hole Waterhole, the largest of several rock pools and seasonal waterholes that provide welcome relief in a harsh, arid landscape. Rugged gorges rimmed by cliff faces at the edge of stony tablelands lead to open, gently undulating plains. Wildflowers blossom in stunning seasonal displays after rain.
There are no visitor facilities – this park is suited to nature-lovers who want to camp, hike, explore, birdwatch, relax and photograph nature in a remote area.
Hell Hole Gorge is about 180 kilometres north of Quilpie via Adavale along unsealed roads. These roads travel through privately-operated cattle stations; access and road side camping off or along these main roads is prohibited. You can camp inside the national park (camping permits required).
This park is accessible by four-wheel-drives and off-road camper trailers only. You can’t fish in the park.