Picturesque CQ swimming hole named ‘most-loved’ of 2020
Blackdown Tableland National Park has been put on the map for its scenic lookouts and picturesque swimming holes.
A photo at the national park has taken out the Southern Great Barrier Reef’s Most Loved Post of 2020 for receiving the most reactions and interactions on the Facebook page.
The winning announcement post, featuring the great photo by Instagram account emz.agius_, has since received about 1700 likes, more than 140 comments and 180 shares, highlighting just one of the hidden gems across the region.
The photo highlights the picturesque Blackdown Tablelands and the rockpools located above Rainbow Falls, about an hour from Blackwater,
The national park also houses creeks, waterfalls, lookouts and walks among the sandstone landscape.
Southern Great Barrier Reef is a tourism website highlighting experiences and destinations across the region, from the islands and coastline to the hinterland regions of Central Queensland.
The Southern Great Barrier Reef stretches 300km of coastline, through the major centres of Bundaberg, Gladstone, Rockhampton and Capricorn Coast.
The website covers inland to the Central Highlands and further west to the Carnarvon Gorge.
The winning Facebook post has spread awareness of one of the great destinations located across the region, highlighting Central Queensland as a tourism destination.