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Cambanoora Gorge

Works to ensure the long-term usability of Condamine River Road have commenced and the road is now closed to through traffic. Access to the eastern sections of the road is via Spring Creek Road. Weather dependent, works are expected to be completed in late October 2023. Visitors to the area can find updated information about the works on the Southern Downs Regional Council website.

Cambanoora Gorge is an area of natural beauty, offering breathtaking views and magical river crossings, surrounded by impressive mountains. Located near Killarney, the Gorge provides significant natural habitat for a number of endangered species including platypus.

The Condamine River Road is situated in Cambanoora Gorge and offers many opportunities for you to explore and enjoy the natural surrounds. It’s perfect for hikers, horse riders and mountain bikers. Once you cross the first cattle grid, adjust to ‘country mode’ – slow down, breathe the fresh air, look for wildlife and stop for a swim or picnic at one of the crossings.

Please note, the Condamine River Road is not a 4WD track or adventure park. It is a public road bordered by private property, so please be respectful of the natural environment and abide by the speed limits. The crossings are impassable after rain – for road closure information, please check the Disaster Dashboard on the Southern Downs Regional Council website.

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Email Cambanoora Gorge

4661 3122

466 Condamine River Road, Killarney Queensland 4373, Australia

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Acknowledgement of Country

Southern Queensland Country Tourism acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waterways that run through these regions. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and emerging.