Kings Plains is a national park in New South Wales, Australia, 48 km from Inverell, 50 km from Glen Innes and 478 km north of Sydney. Kings Plains was founded in January 1988 and was made a national park to preserve and protect the array of wild animals, plants and the Kings Plains creek with its many water features.
Even though Kings Plains National Park is not widely known but people enjoy the vast array of water features joining the Kings Plains creek from non-drying pools to rapids to waterfalls which lead to a gorge. The land itself is mostly made up of sandy soils with shrub. Around the creek the soil is more fertile.
Some vegetation in the Kings Plains woodland includes iron-barks, cypress pine, yellow box, stringy-barks, Eucalyptus trees, and apple box. Among the shrubs are rare species such as the grey Guinea flower, folded leaf waxflower and Rodd’s star-hair. During spring the park's wildflowers are at their most colourful.