Iningai Nature Reserve
Iningai Park is named after the Iningai Traditional Owners who lived along the Thomson River from near Stonehenge to Muttaburra prior to European occupation.The landscape is part of the Mitchell Grass Downs region, which is one of the most extensive natural grassland ecosystems in the world. Ecosystems range from Coolibah-fringed waterholes to the adjacent, flat; and sparsely vegetated cracking clay floodplains and surrounding low, open gidgee woodlands.Iningai has several walking tracks that start from 1km up to 4kms loop, with interpretation boards throughout the reserve. Please see the Visitor Information Centre for a map.
If you’re a self-contained bush camper and would like to spend some time by of the beautiful waterholes let us know! We also also offer half-day natural history tours for those who wish to gain a deeper appreciation of our natural world. Homestead smokos will also be available, and are included free in the natural history tours. Located 2 hours SW of Longreach, 56km off the bitumen on the Longreach to Stonehenge road.
Phone: (07) 4658 5953