Bald Rock National Park, Tenterfield

(4.8/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
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  • This is apparently the biggest granite boulder in the Southern hemisphere and it certainly was spectacular. We arrived early in the morning and had the place to ourselves. Be very careful on the drive...  more »
  • Bald Rock is a must see, it is quite spectacular. I walked up the back track which was easier than climbing up the face, then I walked down the face hanging onto my husbands arm, we zigzagged down the...  more »
  • Take the Bungoona bushwalking track around the back of Bald Rock then up to the face of the rock. This track passes through beautiful bushland. It's great exercise, with a gradual upward gradient and ...  more »
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  • Very pretty place nice ti walj wuth family
  • Beautiful National Park particular in Spring. Walks are modest and reasonable for anyone with good fitness. Views are spectacular once at the top.
  • Climbed the mountain during a weekend when I was in Stanthorpe working at a farm. It was a nice place to get together. When you're on top of the mountain, it felt great. I prefer picnic on the top of the mountain. Good food, great view, excellent memory:)
  • Incredibly unique. One of the most beautiful places I have been to in Australia. It's a long way from anywhere but well worth the drive. Make sure you pay park admission fee in the carpark.
  • Bald Rock National Park When you start your hike you get to a junction which shows you two ways to go. At the first junction the trail to the left is a fairly easy 2.5km walk but going straight ahead at the junction is a 1.2km hike straight up the rock face and it is a very hard walk up but you will be well rewarded when you get to the top with awesome views also you can go up or down in any path you choose.