Ghinghion Lookout

Bunya Mountains

From Burtons Well track heads down to the cliff side where there is a lookout above a non-perennial waterfall.

Camping Permitted
Eucalypt Forest

Getting there

Go to the same starting postion 100m up the road from the camp site. Just in from the large information board approx 100m there's a left in the track off Mount Kiangarow track. Take this walk.


Route/Trail notes

This track is not often used. Most walkers will usually go to the lookouts closer to other carparks and campsites.


Campsite fees apply

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Lovely day for a walk. Nice lookout.

Bobbe on 31 Oct, 2021

This walk has the most amazing lookout at the end, I definitely recommend it to everyone who goes to the Bunyas.

SweetLorikeet on 8 Feb, 2018

In between Mt Kiangarow and Cherry Plain area. Easy hike , part of the hike from Burtons Well to Dandabah covered today

J on 24 Jun, 2017

A great little side track that should not be skipped. I saw a massive monitor on the trail, it was amazing as is the view. I'd love to see this after a good rain.

Steve F on 12 Nov, 2016

Waterfall was dry. Never the less, a great view. We did this as part of a walk from Paradise carpark to Mt Kiangarow and back along the road. Didn't see another person along the track at all.

Ian and Sue on 14 Oct, 2013

This is a hardly used walk most people will do the Cherry Plain circuit and not veer off to the lookout (since most of the view is available from Mt Kiangarow) So it's really worth the effort just after it has rained and the waterfall is at its peak

Boris Zoubakin on 11 Apr, 2010


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