Getting there Getting there

Porcupine Gorge National Park

The Porcupine Gorge National Park is located 74km north of Hughenden on the Kennedy Developmental Road and is approximately one hour drive.  The road from Hughenden to the Porcupine Gorge National Park is fully sealed and accessible by all vehicles.  If continuing further north of the Park, the road is a combination of sealed and gravel sections.  The condition of the road depends on weather and it is recommend to check conditions before departure at the Flinders Discovery Centre on 4741 2970.  
A bus will be taking interested participants needing transport to the Gorge, departing from the Flinders Discovery Centre at 7.30am.  Contact the Flinders Discovery Centre to reserve your place on 4741 2970 and please arrive at 7.15am.

Mount Walker

To get to Mount Walker from Hughenden, head east towards Townsville and turn off onto the Muttaburra Road, travelling 10km to signs which will direct you to the right, taking you up the side of the mountain.  When traveling up the side of the mountain please beware of any fallen rocks, and stay within the fenced area as beyond this is private property.

This road has a 16% incline and is not recommended for large Motorhomes, Buses or vehicles towing.  This road is fully sealed until the top of the mountain which is dirt.  
A bus will be transporting participants to Mt Walker at 6.45am Sunday, departing at 7 am from the Flinders Discovery Centre .  Please contact 4741 2970 to reserve your place.