• The township of Taroom lies on the banks of the picturesque Dawson River, 128 kilometres north of Miles. Settlers took up the land here in 1845, just one year after the area’s discovery. Most of these settlers came droving flocks of sheep from the overcrowded New England and Hunter Valley districts. Today the area is focused predominately on prime range cattle and grain production. Taroom and Wandoan and promote three exciting self-drive tours to explore the region. These include taking in the breathtaking beauty of Isla Gorge, which abounds in native flora, and is excellent for bushwalking. The native animals

  • Expedition National Park
    Expedition National Park

    Expedition National Park - in the Central Queensland Sandstone Belt - is a park of

  • Isla Gorge National Park
    Isla Gorge National Park

    A panorama of sculpted sandstone cliffs, peaks and outcrops greets visitors to Isla Gorge National

  • Palm Tree Creek
    Palm Tree Creek

    Located just 15 kilometres north of Taroom in the Banana Shire is Palm Tree Creek.

  • Shepherd's Peak Trail
    Shepherd's Peak Trail

    From Starkvale campsite, walk the trail to Shepherd’s Peak for views over the surrounding creeks

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