Kwiambal, pronounced Kigh-am-bal, is in the traditional lands of the Kwiambal Aboriginal people of the Ashford District. Rich in water, food and materials, the area provided a year round living for their ancestors.
On the junction of the Macintyre and Severn rivers west of Ashford, it has spectacular river gorges, huge granite boulders and a rolling landscape of rugged hills.
Lemon Tree Flat is a delightful camping spot beside the Severn River. Picnic tables, fireplaces, a toilet and a wet weather cooking shelter are provided.
Macintyre Falls allow great views of Kwiambal National Park from the lookout platform provided. Nearby you will find the Limestone Caves which have rare bats and limestone formations. It is appreciated if access to the caves is restricted to September to October and March to April to cause the least disturbance during breeding and hibernation of the bats.Visit Website
Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Camping, Caving, Self-Guided, Swimming
Fishing, Flora/Fauna, Nature based, Wildlife