Embark on a journey that will take your breath away. With granite monoliths, rushing streams, waterfalls, and lush forests to explore, Girraween National Park is a must-visit for any avid adventurer. Unlike other national parks in Queensland, Girraween replaces rainforests with rocks, making it a one-of-a-kind experience for all who visit.
Whether for a few hours or a few days, trips to Girraween mean great fun with a hint of thrill and adventure. With Aussie Park Guides your getaway is a breeze. Our self-guided audio app takes you through the best sights Girraween National Park has to offer.
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Alternatively, you can continue via an all-weather, 2wd accessible gravel road to hike the curious Underground Creek. Explore deeper into the park via Wallangarra, to summit Mount Norman.
No matter the trail or entrance, you can experience the park’s most remote locations, rewarding you with spectacular views, wildflowers and rare trees found nowhere else!
Girraween National Park is situated in Queensland’s Southern Downs and Granite Belt region, approximately thirty minutes south of Stanthorpe.
The park is a wonderful hidden gem that can be accessed from many different entrances. However, it is most commonly accessed via Pyramids Road, directly off the New England Highway.
It’s main entrance is only ten kilometres north of the border town of Wallangarra; a relaxing three-hour drive southwest from Brisbane or just over two hours due south of Toowoomba.
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This Aussie Park Guide will provide you with an informative and interesting commentary of the Girraween National Park located in the Granite Belt region of Southern Queensland.
It will guide you to the most visited locations and walking tracks throughout the Park and showcases the spectacular geology and rock formations that are found nowhere else in the State.
Explore the granite formations and towering boulders, take a dip in cool streams and spot unique flora and fauna with colourful commentary, immersive information and helpful tips to make your Girraween experience at these locations, one you’ll never forget. Explore in your own time and from the comfort of your own car.
While it is possible to see the Girraween National Park highlights in one full day to fully appreciate all that National Park has to offer, it is recommended that it be explored over two or more days.