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Girraween National Park, near Stanthorpe in the Granite Belt, boasts walking tracks that take the adventurer upwards to granite boulders over 1,000 meters inn altitude. In June the air is crisp, the skies are clear, the hikers are few and the views are well worth the effort. The Pyramid, shown below, is a trek of around 2 hours that includes over 500 steps and navigating across sheer cliff faces. Not for the faint hearted. The hiker is rewarded with 306 degree breathtaking views and the satisfaction of knowing they made it!
For those who are not so brave, a walk to the junction, the main water source for Girraween campers, offers a peaceful outlook over the creek and the hope of seeing blue wrens and small finches foraging among the tall grasses.