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The highest point in Girraween - Mt Norman provides some great views of the park and also visits the Eye of the Needle.
The walk starts from the Southern end of the Castle Rock campground following the same track as Castle Rock and Turtle Rock. Follow the directions on the Girraween National Park page.
The track is well marked. Continue past the turn off to Castle Rock until the track emerges onto exposed granite. The track is marked with a series of white markers which head up the slab.
Keep an eye open for a T junction - the left track leads off to the Eye of the Needle, a formation of two balancing rock pillars.
Eventually you'll reach a granite ledge. The final ascent to the summit requires technical rock climbing ability and should not be attempted without experience and a proper guide. Permission should also be sought from the park ranger.
Return via the same track, or alternatively follow white markers down the southern side of Mt Norman to the Mt Norman picnic area and arrange a car pickup from there. The picnic area is accessed via Wallangarra
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