If you like hiking, camping, wildflowers and photography, then consider a weekend away to Girraween National Park.
Girraween National Park is on the Queensland–New South Wales border, 260 km south-west of Brisbane, Australia.
Girraween, meaning ‘place of flowers’, is a park of massive granite outcrops, large angular tors, and precariously balanced boulders. Wildflower displays add colour among the granite in spring.
Walks are grouped into Northern, Southern and Eastern trails.
It is quite easy to do at least 5 walks within 2 days, including the Granite Arch (1.6km return), The Junction (5.2km return) and The Pyramid (3.6km return) on the Northern side, and The Sphinx and Turtle Rock (7.4km return) and Castle Rock (5.2km return) on the Southern trails.