Robinson Gorge - QLD



DEG: -25.29023 149.166061
DMS: 25º 17' 24.83" S 149º 09' 57.82" E
UTM: 55 J 7201153mN 718094mE
Altitude: 366.92m


Place Type

Geography - Gorge


454.51kms NorthWest of Brisbane - Driving 558 km (9 hours 16 mins)
970.35kms North of Sydney - Driving 1199 km (16 hours 6 mins)

Address & Contact

Expedition National Park
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Robinson Gorge is one of the main features of Expedition National Park and it's located on the Expedition Range between Taroom and Rolleston. The gorge itself winds around 14kms with sheer sandstone cliffs reaching up to 100m high on either side. It begins as a broad shallow basin in the north and narrows to a deep pool and narrow gorge towards its southern end. Lined with cabbage palms (a relic from the era of dinosaurs), bottlebrushes and wattles, this section of park is home to several rare plant species including Eucalyptus rubiginosa and Leucopogon grandiflorus.
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TemperatureFeels LikeRel. HumidityDew PointPressureRainfallWind DirectionWind SpeedGusts

Closest Climatic Station

Taroom Post Office
Distance from Robinson Gorge 74.22km SE
Mean Max. °C33.732.831.628.824.521.521.023.026.729.931.833.4
Mean Min. °C20.620.318.
Mean Rain mm98.688.563.135.540.136.933.628.231.954.973.990.5

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