Lark Quarry Conservation Park
The Conservation Park is situated in the depth of red earth and spinifex country, a landscape of mesas (Jump ups), gullies and steep escarpments. The dominant vegetation is spinifex grass, with lancewood and Normanton Box.
There is a 500m loop walking track around the Dinosaur Stampede National Monument Building, interpreting the local environment via a reusable flyer and signposts along the way. The lookout on the jump up behind the Trackways building, offers views of the Mitchell grass plains rolling away to the west and Coolibah Trees growing along the watercourses. Further to the west is the Diamantina River and channel country- a vast, flat plain crisscrossed by braided watercourses, many of which join during floods.