Cania Gorge National Park


Situated 225km west of Bundaberg, Cania Gorge National Park is a gem in the region’s story. There are more than 150 different types of plants here and more than 90 species of bird. Walk among brigalow forest, eucalypt woodland, cypress pine woodland, dry rainforest and grassland while looking for brush-tailed rock wallabies and common bent-wing bats.

Local Aboriginal people have called Cania Gorge home for more than 19,000 years and you can view freehand Indigenous art on the sandstone walls.

Eight graded walking tracks offer a variety of experiences including the Dragon, Bloodwood and Two Storey Caves, Fern Tree Pool, Giant’s Chair, Bigfoot Walk, Shamrock Mine Site, and Castle Mountain. Sheltered barbecues, tables, tank water and toilets are available in the picnic areas.


  • Parking
  • A picnic area with sheltered tables, barbecues, tank water and toilets are provided in the parks southern section adjacent to Three Moon Creek. Boil or chemically treat creek water. No bins are provided; visitors are asked to take their rubbish with them.

Other Information

  • Wheelchair-accessible toilets and picnic tables are available at Three Moon Creek picnic area.
  • Family Friendly

Important Info


Sandstone Wilderness-North Burnett


  • Free entry

Contact Information

Attraction Map

Cania Dam Road , Monto

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