See stunning white sandstone ridges and deep gorge systems at White Mountains National Park. The rugged, remote park covers 108,000 hectares and is only suitable for well-equipped, experienced bushwalkers. It's important to register with the Ranger at Hughenden before heading off on your bush walk. During winter and early spring you'll see the native plants in bloom and the park is home to a variety of native animals. Visitor access at the south-eastern section of the park is from the Flinders Highway at Burra Range Lookout, where it crosses the Great Dividing Range.