Girraween National Park is located in the Stanthorpe region, QLD.
Address: Girraween, QLD
Phone: (07) 4684 5157
Girraween National Park is home to an array of life-like granite sculptures and eucalypt forests, rich in some of Australia’s most appppealing plant and animal life.
Some of the attractions include, the Granite Arch, The Pyramids, Castle Rock and the Sphinx.
A 35m return trip, this 1.4 km track will take you on a stroll through stringybark and blackbutt forests leading you to Girraweens famous Granite Arch.
Branching of from the Granite Arches track, the 3.4 km track that leads to the pyramids has gentle to moderate gradients (Australian standards)
Follow the signs on the highway south from Stanthorpe.
This page last updated Saturday, 17 February 2007.
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