Dr Roberts Waterhole

Girraween National Park

Take the gently sloping track to gaze at reflections in the still waters of Bald Rock Creek. Ground orchids, banksias, conesticks, geebungs and crinkle bushes are prominent in spring, as are the many colourful bird species living among them.

Getting there

Tracks start from Dr Roberts carpark 4 km east of the Girraween Information Centre along unsealed Pyramids Road.

Maps

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Route/Trail notes

The walk is well signed.  Also see attached GPS file.

Permits/Costs

NIL

Other References

http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/girraween/about.html#dr_roberts_waterhole

Comments

Nice short and flat walk. Large variety of birds in this area.

Rob Nicholson on 15 Nov, 2015

An easy and short walk.

Harry on 15 Nov, 2015

Did this before driving home, nice little waterhole although didn't see anyone swimming here. More enormous granite rocks to explore!

Alice on 7 Oct, 2014

Easy walk to a nice little waterhole. If you do this walk, its well worth walking to Underground Creek in the same area .. just follow the signs ..

DrummerJeff on 30 Mar, 2014

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