Girraween National Park – Granite Belt

Girraween National Park – Granite Belt >
On visiting the Girraween National Park expect to be greeted by glorious granite outcrops, incredible boulders balancing in place, clear running streams and spectacular wildflowers, especially in spring. Keep your eyes peeled for an abundance of flora and fauna that we are so lucky to have in this area! Red-necked wallabies, possums, echidnas, lizards, parrots and more! Girraween has 17km of walking tracks, ranging from a 280m stroll beside Bald Rock Creek to an 11km return walk to Mount Norman. Most walks start near the visitor information centre and day-use area—except where indicated. Main tracks are well defined but expect rocky sections and steep upper slopes.