The 700ha Tregole National Park was formerly a grazing property. It has a very diverse and fragile ecosystem and has become a favourite spot to visit for locals and visitors.
There is a nice picnic area there are several designated short walks.
A written walking track guide is available from either the Charleville Visitor Information Centre or the Morven Post Office.
Of special interest is the small, almost pure stand of ooline Cadellia pentastylis, an attractive dry rainforest tree dating back to the Ice Ages.
Camping is not allowed.
The small but very enjoyable Morven Museum has a great collection of handcrafted, perfectly recreated miniature buildings from the bark and slab hut days of early Outback settlement, as well as an original kerosene tin hut.
There is a miniature replica pioneer township and the attention to detail of the buildings and the early building techniques makes this display a unique attraction.
There is also has a collection of Aboriginal grinding stones, stone axe heads, spears, columns and boomerangs.