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One of Queensland’s best kept secrets is Blackdown National Park, sort of south east between Dingo and Blackwater as the crow flies. It straddles the Blackdown Ranges with altitudes up to 890 meters above sea level and boasts breathtaking views over spectacular sandstone ridges down to the grazing lands way, way below. The road up is not for the faint hearted. It is narrow in places, windy with sharp bends when it is almost impossible to see oncoming traffic. It’s pretty rough too, not the kind of road to take your classy sports car. So the caravan had a day off as we set out in the cruiser to enjoy a picnic and take in some hiking.