An off track walk from the end of the Underground Creek Trail containing a field of fascinating large stone pillars of various sizes, some of which (Main Pillar) can only be scales with ropes and shackles.

Scrambling or Climbing
No Dogs Permitted
No Camping Permitted
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there:

Girraween NP is situated approximately 260km by road south-west of Brisbane. To reach the park, turn off the New England Highway 26km south of Stanthorpe or 30km north of Tenterfield onto Pyramids Road. The winding bitumen road continues a further 9km east through the Wyberba Valley to the park's Information Centre. Continue along the gravel section of the road for a further 3.5km to the Underground Creek car park.

An alternative road from Stanthorpe to Girraween via Eukey and Storm King Dam has some gravel sections.


None found. You won’t find this mentioned on any Girraween National Park website.

Route/Trail notes:

From the car park, head to Underground Creek, where you head to the right to get up on to the slabs above the creek. From here you head off the back to a fire trail. You then simply head up the gradual ridge behind this until you reach these amazing granite formations. Once you reach the boulders, it is suggested that you circle them anti clockwise. There is no given trail to follow.



Other References/Comments:

With so many bushwalking options in the park, why not take advantage of the excellent camping facilities at Castle Rock.

Girraween National Park

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