Cobbold Gorge sits on a 5,000 hectare privately-owned tourism lease, which has been excised from Howlong Station. Howlong Station is a privately-owned cattle property, which the Terry family have been grazing with Brahman cattle since 1964.
Simon Terry, who owns and operates the property with his wife Gaye and their family, moved here as a young child. He discovered the Gorge in the early 1990s. Cobbold Gorge Tours and Village started soon afterwards, and the Terry Family have been sharing their home and unique experiences with visitors, ever since then.
From the outset and through to this day, the main criterion of Cobbold Gorge Tours and Village is to ensure minimum environmental impact. In 2009, this commitment saw the creation of the 4,720 hectare Cobbold Gorge Nature Refuge and wildlife corridor. We welcome you to be immersed in the breathtaking beauty and serenity of the Gulf Savannah Country. We welcome you to Cobbold Gorge Tours and Accommodation.
Purchased the property in 1964 and moved to live on the station in 1971. They are your hosts and welcome you to Cobbold Gorge & Village.More Info
Queensland’s youngest gorge, vastly different from others due to its extreme narrowness. Closes to a mere, two metres wide in places with 30 foot cliffs either side, from the bottom of the gorge to the top of the escarpment.More Info
The Cobbold Gorge Nature Refuge was established in 2009. It protects vulnerable and rare plant species and creates a wildlife corridor.More Info
Cobbold Gorge and Village operates seasonally, due to access. Our team is relatively small and are committed to ensuring customer satisfaction.More Info
Cobbold Gorge Tours and Village gift vouchers can be purchased in varying amounts and put towards accommodation, tours or souvenirs. The perfect gift, for your special people to make some memories in outback Queensland.More Info
We’re a 6 hour drive from Cairns and Townsville, or you can choose to come by plane, train or coach. Easy outback access in the heart of the Gulf Savannah.More Info
The Gulf Savannah spans 19 different bio-regions, across 2 mainland states and 1 territory. It’s a vast landscape, dotted with unique geological formations.More Info
A not-for-profit organisation and network of professional tour guides, with in-depth knowledge of the cultural and natural assets of the tropical savannahs.More Info
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