Girraween National Park

An 11 800-hectare sculpture garden of granite boulders in precarious poises, Girraween also has 17 kilometres of walking tracks, and two pleasant camping areas. Wildflowers colour the scenery among forests of red gum, stringybark and blackbutt. The two-hour return walks to the top of the Pyramid and Castle Rock are recommended, although the endings are not for the faint-hearted.

Contact Info

QPWS: (07) 4684 5157

www.epa.qld.gov.au

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