I spent yesterday exploring Giraween National Park which sits on the Queensland side of the New South Wales border about 3 hours south west of Brisbane.
The area is known for its large granite formations of around 220 million years ago.
Giraween offers some amazing hiking: I managed to do 29km in a day which included climbing to the top of The Pyramid and Castle Rock, as well as exploring some creeks and seeing some rock formations like the Granite Arch.
The weather was rather spectacular with temperatures around 28 degrees Celsius and clear sunny skies.
I’d like to head back at some point and try to climb the second pyramid, but I need some company to do that safely.