CONDAMINE Gorge and Killarney are a little over two hours’ drive south-west of Brisbane. The falls and gorge loop is around 45km long and takes a couple of hours to enjoy. Cullendore Station is another 30km south-west of Killarney, just across the NSW border on Cullendore Creek Road. Access is via the Mount Lindesay Highway.
SUPPLIES AND FACILITIES
The quaint village of Killarney has most facilities and supplies fuel, food and workshop repairs. If travelling out to Cullendore, make sure you have ample fuel and food. Phone service is patchy around Killarney and Cullendore and there is none in the gorge.
The Condamine Gorge drive is suited for most highclearance 4WDS, depending on water levels. Generally it takes an hour without stops. Cullendore Station has nearly 20km of trails and is suited for soft-roaders and 4WDS.
Whether you have a camper, off-road van, tent or swag there are plenty of campsites available at Cullendore for groups. There are secluded sites in several different areas. Flushing toilets, fire bins and hot showers are supplied. Firewood is available from the office.
CONTACTS AND INFORMATION
Tourist information can be found at Killarney’s co-op, where you can pick up leaflets and current conditions. Also check volunteer website: killarney. org.au for local info. For information on Cullendore Station, call Stuart or Wendy on 0459 901538, or visit: www.cullendore.com