Enjoy a day’s fishing or exploring the network of billabongs and channels that make up the Mary River floodplains with their diverse flora and fauna.
Located off Point Stuart Road, in the Mary River National Park (proposed), Rockhole is an excellent stepping-off point from which to enjoy a day’s fishing or exploration of the tranquil surrounds.
From the boat ramp it is possible to access the network of billabongs and channels that make up the Mary River floodplains, home to spectacular fishing and a diverse range of flora and fauna, including large saltwater crocodiles.
No camping is permitted at Rockhole. Please note that the road may be subject to closure during the Tropical Summer, between the months of December through to April.