Currawinya National Park
Formerly a grazing property, 154,870 hectares (ha) Currawinya National Park was originally declared in 1991 to conserve representative samples of landscapes, vegetation and wildlife in the Mulga Lands Biogeographic Region.
In 2015 the purchase of Boorara (115,000ha), Werewilka (53,000ha) and Bingara (21,000ha) marked a significant addition to the reserve system and brought Currawinya National Park to a total area of around 344,000ha, making it one of Queensland's largest national parks.
There are two large lakes which are separated by a few kilometres of sand dunes - Lake Numalla which is freshwater and Lake Wyara which is salt water. There is no camping permitted at either of the lakes.
There are plenty of camping sites, walking tracks, lookouts and photo opportunities. You can book campint sites online or find all the info you need on Currawinya National Park and all other National Parks throughout Queensland by clicking the following link CURRAWINYA NP.