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About Girraween:

Fantasic granite domes and tors with plentiful hard slab, arete and face routes. The setting is one of Queensland's more famous national parks, a sub alpine area of amazing beauty. This is one of Queensland's premier climbing locations, although most of the routes are quite spaced apart and require some considerable walk-ins.
Nearest town or city: Stanthorpe (Brisbane)
Directions: Girraween National Park is located 260km (~3 hours) SW of Brisbane driving via Stanthorpe. From Brisbane, turn left off the New England Highway 26km S of Stanthorpe (signposted) and follow the road for a further 9km until reaching the park headquarters. The offical campground is almost always busy, and its worth booking ahead if you want to climb over Christmas and Easter.
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