Friday, 27 April 2007

Flagstaff Road at Isla Gorge National Park

At the southern end of the Dawson Range, Isla Gorge National Park protects spectacular sandstone scenery in the central highlands. Here, among a complex maze of gorges, sandstone outcrops and striking rock formations change colour throughout the day. Scenic Isla Gorge is fairly broad and contains Gorge Creek, a tributary of the Dawson River. Flagstaff Hill has the remains of an old hand-paved road constructed in 1864 to transport wool from Roma to Rockhampton.

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