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Join the journey as I uncover Currawinya's secrets, in part 4 I camp at Ourimperee Waterhole and explore the bird life at the freshwater Lake Numalla, the vast dry expanse of the saltwater Lake Wyara and complete bush repairs on my Defender 110. A 13 Day Epic Adventure exploring Currawinya National Park in outback Queensland.
Ourimperee Waterhole bush campgrounds have plenty of space for 4x4 cavarvans, trailers or tents. Cold showers are provided and flushing toilets available at the Currawinya Woolshed. Plenty of birdlife around the camp, with the Ranger station a short drive away providing mobile phone reception at the office.
Lake Numalla is freshwater attracting plenty of bird-life, perfect for birdwatching, hiking or bring a canoe or swim. Lake Wyara is a saltlake which was currently dry, but when full it attracts many saltwater species which come to nest and breed. There is no camping at the lakes, but it only takes about 1-1/2 hours to drive from Ourimperee campgrounds. Both these lakes are Ramsar protected areas of international significance. A 4x4 is recommended but the track was mostly corrugated, so a 2WD could likely complete the trip with care during dry periods.
Join me in part 4 for my discoveries of what Currawinya has to offer the outback traveller.
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