Welcome to Cania Gorge, gateway to the spectacular Cania Gorge National Park and Lake Cania.
Cania Gorge is one of Queensland's best kept secrets, and is the home to Cania Gorge Caravan & Tourist Park.
Some 35km out of Monto is one of southeast Queensland's most picturesque gorges - Cania Gorge. Cania Gorge National Park boasts 3000 hectares of spectacular landscape, prominent sandstone cliffs, caves, eucalypt forest and dry rain forest with mosses, orchids, figs and vines growing in moist, sheltered areas. This secluded area is home to a variety of Australia's native flora and fauna including kangaroos, rock wallabies, and over 100 species of birds.
Lake Cania is the ideal spot to view the unspoilt beauty of the awesome sculpted sandstone rock formations, such as Castle Mountain and the overhanging cliffs that form the escarpment of Cania Gorge. The lake has been well stocked with Australian Bass, Yellowbelly, Silver Perch and the highly-prized Saratoga.
At Cania Gorge Caravan & Tourist Park, we have built our reputation on providing a holiday experience that is truly memorable ... fun, friendly, relaxed and welcoming with the very best standard of accommodation and facilities. A delightful park in a peaceful, rural bush setting abundant with native wildlife and birds. Wallabies and kangaroos roam around the park until late afternoon and in the evenings the very cute and shy bettongs, brushtailed possums and sugargliders come out to feed and play. Introduce the kids to some of Australia's most colourful birds and watch their faces light up as a king parrot or kookaburra land on their hand during the afternoon bird feeding.
We look forward to seeing you, and your family, soon for a "get back to nature" holiday experience. Where else but Queensland?