The plateau of Kroombit Tops National Park stands 400 metres above sourrounding areas to the east and features sandstone escarpments, gorges, creeks, waterfalls and a variety of vegetation types.
This large park protects the headwaters of many creeks and provides a refuge for tropical and subtropical rainforest plants and animals close to the northern or southern limit of their usual range.
The Beautiful Betsy Walk leads to the crash site of a 1945 World War II bomber plane, the Beautiful Betsy, on the drier western side of the plateau. Read the signs along the walk to learn more about this tragedy and how the crash site was discovered many years later.Visit Website
Historic/Heritage, Nature based, Wildlife