Bare Rock track and Morgan's Walk

Main Range National Park

Bare Rock is a minor peak North of Cunningham's Gap with great views towards the Mistake Mountains.

Lookouts
Toilets
No Dogs Permitted
Rainforest
1014m
Maximum Elevation
468m
Total Climb

Getting there

From Brisbane follow the Cunningham Highway towards Cunningham's Gap. At the top of the gap turn right into a car park adjoining the highway. Follow the Mt. Cordeaux track which leaves from the edge of the car park.

Maps

The track is clearly marked so no map is required, however, the Sunmap Cunninghams Gap sheet covers the area.

Route/Trail notes

The Bare Rock track turns off just before the Mt. Cordeaux lookout. Follow the track as it passes through a saddle and into the rainforest. Morgan's Walk leaves the main track 680m short of Bare Rock and visits a beautiful grove of montane heath.

GPS Tracks

Comments

Awesome walk awesome weather

ian parker on 9 Jul, 2022

Great extension to Mt Cordeux summit. The walk from Mt Cordeux turnoff to bare rock is splendid. Views from bare rock spectacular.

Hadi Nahvi on 16 Apr, 2022

Easy to follow walk. Well maintained tracks to both Barr rock and Morgan's. Definitely worth doing both.

Chris on 12 Mar, 2022

On a rainy day cloud came in, no view at all but the misty rain in the forrest is magical

Bruce on 29 Oct, 2021

Pleasant walk to Mr Cordeaux and then across to Bare Rock. Just over 3 hours. Will do Morgans another time.

Carmen on 21 Aug, 2021

A easy to do and worthwhile quite short extension of Mt Cordeaux walk

Bruce on Aug, 2021

Great walk through rainforest to the mountain peaks.. Easy to moderate with set trail to follow.Beautiful views at Bare Rock.

Susan on 29 May, 2021

Wonderful walk! Clear pathways, signed and maps so it is very easy to navigate. It’s long, but we’ll worth the view at Bare Rock. Can’t wait to do it again and watch the sunrise right up there!

katie on 23 May, 2021

Sick view to turn off from Mt Coureaux! The mountain edge is sick

Kaina on 23 May, 2021

Got to bare rock for the sunrise approx 6.30am. Amazing views yet again very cold.

ian parker on 16 May, 2021

Sun rise, nice

Chris Wilson on 3 May, 2021

Excellent track, great views. pretty easy

Justin on 19 Apr, 2021

and Mt Cordeaux

Natalie Noon on 11 Apr, 2021

A great walk. It is moderately hard for beginners. But it is a rewarding walk.

Mohsen on 4 Apr, 2021

Started just before 8 and took 3.5hrs to walk it. Saw a heap of wildlife - wrens, black cockatoos, fruit doves, lyrebirds, parrots, cat birds, whip birds, storm birds, wallabies and a snake (little skinny black one). Lots of stunning fungi out as well which are amazing to get up close to! The track is good although there are some sections that are so overgrown with weeds that you can no longer make out the path - especially near Mt Cordeaux and then crossing over the saddle heading to Bare Rock. Do this walk on a weekday if you can and avoid the crowds and noisy children. It was wonderful today and I think we saw less than 10 people.

S K on 8 Feb, 2021

Long but easy walk. In shade most of the way. Took 4.5 hrs.

Clem on 17 Oct, 2020

Not a good year for the spear lilies flower spikes. Perhaps effected by the bushfires last year. At least the plants are okay.

Wanderlust on 5 Oct, 2020

A fantastic hike with stunning views and lovely rainforest, we loved it! We started at 7.30am and saw lots of wildlife! We saw a huge goanna on the path and a python that must have been about 1.7 metres long, he took about 10 mins to move off the path so we could continue on to Bare Rock. We stopped at Mt Cordeaux on the way back, stunning views!

Nads on 25 Sep, 2020

Very scenic. The well marked track is very easy to find and follow. Signposting at all intersections. Car park is small. Get there before 8am to increase your chances of getting a park. Combined this walk with Mount Cordeaux. Beautiful views. A scenic walk from start to finish. There are cliff edges so bear that in mind if you have children. Bring warm clothes as it can be chilly and windy at the top. A gorgeous walk. It’s uphill until Mount Cordeaux but it’s not strenuous.

Caroline on 12 Sep, 2020

Great walk stunning views.

ian parker on 5 Sep, 2020

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