The Lost City is a spectacular sight, but the track into this section is extremely rocky and rough, and only people experienced in handling four-wheel-drive vehicles should attempt the journey to the Lost City.


The Lost City is a collection of rock formations that have left behind as the softer sandstone cap of the table top range eroded away.


The Lost City became famous with the old wagon road used by early pioneers passing through this rock formation. The last couple of kms of the current road follow the old wagon road that joined the homestead of Stapleton Station near Adelaide River to the outstation (Blyth Homestead).


This Park is spectacular at any time, though most 4WD tracks are closed during the wet season. Generally open from May to November, and admission is free.