Rolleston, a quaint country town with a colourful past, is the closed town to the stunning Carnarvon National Park with its towering sandstone cliffs and
lush green forest and ancient aboriginal art sites.
It was once the last bastion for notorious cattle duffers James and Patrick Kenniff, who are widely recognised as the last of Australia’s legendary bushrangers.
This pioneering spirit is on show for all to see at Beazley Park where the historic Boundary Riders Hut now sits after being restored and resited to
its current location.
For happy snappers looking for the ultimate inspiration, a visit to Lake Nuga Nuga is a must for any photographic itinerary. The still water is perfect
for canoeing and kayaking during the day while the brilliant sunsets, flowering water lillies and twisted timber make for spectacular subjects as the
sun goes down. Camping is available on site although a 4WD is highly recommended.