No visit to Girraween National Park is complete without trekking across the rocky slabs to Mount Norman, the highest point in the park.
Heading towards Castle Rock from Pyramids Road, continue through woodland, forest and heath before crossing a creek near the base of the mountain. The climb is steady though steep in parts. Enjoy superb views on the way including the Eye of the Needle on Mount Norman's northern face.
The final approach to the summit is steep and only skilled and equipped rock-climbers should attempt the absolute summit.... less
How To Get There
Girraween is situated approximately 260 kilometres by road south-west of Brisbane. To reach the park, turn off the New England Highway 26 kilometres south of Stanthorpe or 11 kilometres north of Wallangarra. The winding bitumen road continues a further nine kilometres east through the Wyberba Valley to the park information centre. The alternative road from Stanthorpe to Girraween via Eukey and Storm King Dam has some sections of gravel.
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