Here a few photos taken at Bald Rock NP. This NP is located at the northern boundary of NSW towards QLD. With a size of about 750x500x200 metres (length, width, height), Bald Rock is considered to be the largest granite rock in Australia. Apart from the rock itself, this NP is dominated by eucalypt forest at an elevation of a few hundred metres. The park's north-western extension is Girraween NP in QLD. The park is also close to Boonoo Boonoo NP. Note that some photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE.
Bald Rock rockface
Cunningham's Skink, which is found ontop of Bald Rock
Satin Bowerbird; the bird shown here was found in trees around the parking lot to the NP
Red-browed Treecreepers have been found by us in Bald Rock NP in good numbers
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