• Lords Table Mountain

    Dysart Clermont Rd, Dysart QLD 4745, Australia .

    An array of wildlife can often be seen on rural roads surrounding the town, including camels, kangaroos and emus. Many koalas call Dysart home in eucalyptus trees within the town, as well as an array of delightful bird life. Nearby Lords Table Mountain in Peak Range National Park is an ideal location for an outback picnic or to watch a beautiful sunset. 

    Nature lovers will enjoy the surrounds of the Lords Table Mountain, located approximately 35 kilometres west of Dysart along the Dysart Clermont Road. Introduce yourself to the brilliant hues and unusual shapes of this majestic mountain, while marvelling at the peak's sheer size and scope! It is just one of many volcanic plugs in the Peak Downs National Park that are the remains of volcanic activity from millennia past.

    Lords Table Mountain is a very distinguished peak, easily identifiable from considerable distances by its almost totally flat summit! It can easily be seen from Capella, along the Peak Downs Highway and even, Dysart. The flat top is actually divided in two, with the smaller plateau, Anvil Peak, marked at 737 metres, or 2919 feet, presumably being the highest point, as the rest of the plateau is not given a summit height.

    Don't forget to pack the camera and plenty of fresh drinking water! Just remember camping is prohibited in this area!


    Image copyright: Mackay Isaac Region


  • Wolfang Peak

    Peak Range National Park, Dysart QLD, Australia .

    At 572m and 172 hectares, is the most popular peak of the ranges and takes approximately an hour to summit. It has significant scenic and geological values and climbers will discover a colony of bats in a small cave and look out for the giant St Andrews spiders near the summit. Once there you will experience a 360° view of the surrounding farmland and National Park offering some of the most unique panoramas in Queensland. The slope below its bare volcanic peak carries an open scrub giving way to open grassland and grassy Eucalyptus orgadophila woodland (Butler and Fensham 2008).

    Peak Access: Please note this peak is under grazing lease. Access is by walking only from the Peak Downs Highway. Visitors can access the park to climb the peak via fire control lines. Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services in Clermont can provide advice on peak access and walking trails as walking trails are unmarked.

    For more information visit:

    Source: Isaac Regional Council

    Image copyright: Mackay Isaac Region / Tourism and Events Queensland

  • Dysart Golf Club

    1 Fisher St, Dysart QLD 4745, Australia .

    Dysart is a friendly community with modern facilities, including a nine-hole golf course. Ladies, Mens, Mixed and Junior competitions, Corporate Day Charity Events and the clubhouse is available for private functions. Golf buggies are available for hire.

    Dysart Gold Club, where you are always welcome. Phone 4958 2378

  • Olympic Pool

    Queen Elizabeth Drive, Dysart QLD, Australia .

    In the centre of the town is located an Olympic-sized pool, a great place to cool off in the summer months. There is excellent shade provided over the pool as well as around the grassed area.