A short accessible walk giving everyone a taste of what Girraween National Park has to offer.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Wheelchair Accessibility
No Dogs Permitted
Camping Permitted

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 and day use picnic area.

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


Girraween National Park

Route/Trail notes

Look for signs indicating "Northern Walking Tracks". Once starting the track, at the first main indication post, you'll have to turn right, most other tracks go straight. From there you'll continue following along the creek where there are a couple of view points to enjoy the nature. You should be able to see the top of "The Pyramid" from these too. If you've been going clockwise there is a swiming spot right at the end.



Other References/Comments:

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

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Completed the Northern circuit walks today. Started out towards the Pyramid. My husband wasn’t keen so I went on alone but after getting a third of the way up the last rock face I decided it wasn’t for me. I have made the summit many years ago and didn’t enjoy it. It’s not the height but the severe fear of falling backwards that takes away all enjoyment on these types of rock faces. Very achievable physically for moderate fitness though. The walk to the Junction and remainder of the bald creek circuit is stunning and highly recommended. Easy walking and just amazing scenery.

Bobbe on 10 Feb, 2022

Roos and parrots to be seen late arvo.

Wanderlust on 3 Oct, 2021

Short walk to round out the day. Saw 3 kangaroos in this short walk. Birdlife is plentiful in the early mornings and late afternoon. Perfect for a stroll if you are camping at the near by camp grounds.

Maverick on 22 May, 2021


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