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Great view over Stanthorpe

Short drive off the highway, about 7 kms. Last part is on gravel road, but OK for normal... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
angel2Australia
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Brisbane, Australia
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Good place to explore

Wear appropriate footwear. The rocks are slippery when wet. I recommend taking a picnic lunch... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
Kath_n_Russ
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Brisbane, Australia
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Amiens Road, Stanthorpe, Queensland 4380, Australia
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All reviewsdirt roadhuge granite boulderspicnic tablesrock formationsviews are stunninghide and seeknarrow passagewaysoff the beaten trackgreat spotwell worth the visitgranite beltcaveslookoutclimbmajesticbbqpaths
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Short drive off the highway, about 7 kms. Last part is on gravel road, but OK for normal cars. Large bolder formation that you can explore with a great viewing platform on top. Not suitable for disabled, as the last part is via steep stairs....More

Thank angel2Australia
Reviewed 10 June 2018

Wear appropriate footwear. The rocks are slippery when wet. I recommend taking a picnic lunch, and food for a BBQ

Thank Kath_n_Russ
Reviewed 4 June 2018

Really great spot to take the kids to wonder around. Get the kids to try and find the Yowie. Lovely views as well.

Thank AndyJo76
Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile

This is a great spot for all the family. It was recommended to us by the Granite Belt Christmas Tree Farm - thank you. The kids were happy here for hours- climbing and exploring. Our doggy could come too. People were revisiting this place who...More

Thank Get0ut0fthecity
Reviewed 14 April 2018

Very interesting place, great view from the lookout. Yowie adds interest. Toilets, picnic table, well kept.

Thank dni44197
Reviewed 14 April 2018

Donnelly's Castle is a great place to visit with kids. You can climb on and through enormous boulders. The kids pretended to be bushrangers searching for the perfect hideout.

Thank fissydonaldson
Reviewed 8 April 2018

You don't have to walk far to reach the caves & rock formations very majestic, found some cool fungi as well

Thank LiveToTravel1955
Reviewed 6 March 2018

Not just Big Boulders! Huge, massive, humongous Boulders. Some way bigger than your house. Many piled on on top of the other. Lots of places for bush rangers, yowies, pirates and you to hide in. If you want to be adventurous take the time to...More

1  Thank DennisStewart
Reviewed 2 January 2018

Its not a castle, but large granite boulders with caves and overhangs that would have made a great home to the ancients! Its a bit of a drive on gravel road to get there, but well worth a visit.

3  Thank JamieT8175
Reviewed 30 December 2017

This was an interesting stop off the beaten track. Some dirt road to travel on, take it easy and you will be fine. Make sure you go up onto the lookout as you can see for miles. There were only a couple of other people...More

2  Thank Stephanie P
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