Tregole National Park

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Tregole National Park
IUCN category II (national park)
Trgole NP Ooline Trees DSC03274.JPG
Ooline Stand
Tregole National Park is located in Queensland
Tregole National Park
Tregole National Park
Coordinates 26°29′23″S 147°04′03″E / 26.48972°S 147.06750°E / -26.48972; 147.06750Coordinates: 26°29′23″S 147°04′03″E / 26.48972°S 147.06750°E / -26.48972; 147.06750
Established 1995
Area 75.79 km2 (29.26 sq mi)
Managing authorities Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service
See also Protected areas of Queensland

Tregole is a national park in South West Queensland, Australia, 603 km west of Brisbane. Until the gazetting of the park in 1975, the area was a grazing property. The park is located where the brigalow and mulga biospheres meet and has a representative sample of semi-arid ecosystems.

The park contains almost pure stands of the vulnerable Ooline tree.[1] The Ooline stand in Tregole is unusual as the climate is hot and dry.

The park has no camping facilities. A day-use area is 10 kilometres south of Morven on the Morven-Bollon Road.[2] There is a short (2.1 km) walk in the day-use area.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Tregole National Park". Queensland Government. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "Tregole National Park". Murweh Shire Council. Retrieved 20 December 2011. 

External links[edit]

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