Australia is full of National parks that feature their own hidden gems and geological marvels. One such place to experience the wonders of nature is Granite Arch in Girraween National Park. For novice adventurers, or those looking for a leisurely stroll, the track to Granite arch is ideal.
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As you stroll on the track to Granite Arch, you are transported back in time. With sweeping views of boulder spotted landscapes, clear rock pools and an array of plants and wildlife, this walk is anything but boring. With Aussie Park Guides it is a great opportunity to learn more about the rich flora and fauna that calls Girraween home.
Be sure to keep an eye out for bearded dragons and lizards lazing in the sun or blue wrens and crimson rosellas seeking shade in the lush Eucalypts.
It’s a nature lover’s dream with evergreen vegetation and a fascinating range of native wildlife. Don’t forget to pack your camera as this will be the perfect backdrop for those all-important holiday shots with this natural stone archway!
Granite Arch is one of the northern walks found in Girraween National Park and is a leisurely 1.6 km track that starts at the Bald Rock Creek day-use area.
This well maintained and signposted track takes you through winding walkways past the rocky pools of the Bald Rock Creek and the shade of the tall Blackbutt and Stringybark trees. Here you can marvel at Girraween’s natural stone archway with its massive, impossibly balancing boulder!
For those looking for an additional challenge, the track continues to views of the The Pyramid, where you can brave the 45-degree climb up the summit! Be rewarded with blue sky vistas and the surrounding Granite outcrops.
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With more than 11 000 hectares to explore, Girraween National Park features woodlands and heath, beautiful rock pools and serene granite outcrops – offering something special for everyone! From the adventurers looking to challenge themselves to those wanting to immerse themselves in the wonders of Australian Nature, Girraween National Park has it all!
For more information about the interesting places to visit within Girraween, be sure to download Aussie Park Guides. With relevant information for each destination, our self-guided audio app will provide you with all the resources you need to make your trip a success!
Girraween National Park is a hidden gem that deserves to be discovered and explored. While one day is enough to experience Girraween and Granite Arch at a glance, we encourage you to explore the wonders within and get lost in the tranquillity and serenity of this magnificent park. As such, a multiple-day adventure is a must!