Bald Rock National Park covers some 75 square kilometres of spectacular granite outcrops. The park adjoins the Queensland park, Girraween.
Bald Rock is a large granite monolith near the Queensland-New South Wales Border. The relatively short walk provides great views of surrounding Bald Rock National Park and neighbouring Girraween National Park.
Take a (more) gentle walk up the Eastern side of Bald Rock.
Little Bald Rock
This smaller granite dome provides good views of Bald Rock and Girraween National Park.
Any interesting history for the region?
What are the standout bushwalking features?
How do you get there? Include all access points if there are many?
Which maps cover the region?
Where can I stay there? or near there?
Contact details for National Park offices or similar...