Take a stroll along the walking track to the gorge, you won't be dissapointed. Be warned... 15 people have lost their lives in this water so don't swim in undesignated areas. If you stick to the designated swimming pools and don't venture elsewhere for your swim, the Boulders provide a beautiful and welcome respite from the tropical heat.
Toomulla is a small township approximately 47 kilometres north-east of Townsville, Queensland, Australia. At the 2006 Census, the population of Toomulla was 141. Located 2 kilometres north of the Bruce Highway, Toomulla is considerably more isolated than that of its surrounding beachside suburbs of Balgal Beach to the north and Toolakea to the south. Toomulla is a popular fishing and birdwatching destination, and its facilities include a boat ramp and designated camping areas.
Camping permits are available both online and at the park. We advise you book in advance to avoid disappointment. Generator use is permitted between 9.00 am and 12.00 noon and only if the noise level is less than 55 dB measured at a distance of 7 m from the generator. NOTE: Estuarine crocodiles occur in the Tully River adjacent to the camping area so don't become crock bait and take a swim.