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Girraween National Park, Ballandean

(4.8/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
The dramatic, forlorn landscapes of Girraween National Park serve as home to a wide variety of vibrant plants and roaming animals. Granite boulders, rushing streams, waterfalls, and forest areas are the hallmarks of this diverse, picturesque national park. Walking trails traverse the park. Add Girraween National Park to your Ballandean travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Ballandean vacation generator.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A few great walking trails. Amazing landscapes. But it was so frustrating trying to eat at the picnic areas. There were so many flies we had to eat in the van. 
  • We were just passing through and decided to drop in to Girraween and take a look around. The scenery is spectacular with huge granite outcrops and amazing rock sculptures . There is a very interesting...  more »
  • Just had a long weekend at Girraween and it was so great! Lots of different walks to do that are not too difficult or long. We camped at castle rock and the toilet facilities we pretty good too, which...  more »
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  • The granite formations have to be seen first hand, to be appreciated. Pictures just don't do the place justice. The day use area is well maintained and their are plenty of signs to help you get around.
  • A very beautiful place, especially in Spring with the wildflowers. The walking tracks suite all grades of fitness and are well made and maintained. The day use area has many tables, but it is a "take your own rubbish with you" facility. A very special place.
  • A beautiful and unique park. Lots of opportunities to see wild kangaroos and the stars at night are amazing.
  • Very amazing amount of water running through very clean park and amenities. Friendly helpful staff.
  • I'm a local to the area and grew up there. Amazing place to visit and stay at with all kinds of walks to be done. Would give 5 stars if the silly park put in bins for rubbish which is a stupid oversight