T T

Bald Rock National Park

View of the dome of Bald Rock in Bald Rock National Park. Photo: Leah Pippos © DPIE
Bungoona walking track, Bald Rock National Park. Photo: Leah Pippos © DPIE
Scenic views out across Bald Rock National Park from Bald Rock Summit walking track. Photo: Leah
2 campers beside their tent at Bald Rock campground and picnic area in Bald Rock National Park.
Expansive view past a rock ridgetop to a distant rolling landscape of wooded hills in Bald Rock

Bald Rock National Park

Bald Rock Access Rd, Carrolls Creek, New South Wales 2372

1300 072 757

parks.info@environment.nsw.gov.au

https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/visit-a-park/parks/bald-rock-national-park

Whether you're planning a day trip from Tenterfield, or a short vacation from Brisbane, it's well worth visiting Bald Rock National Park. From Bald Rock picnic area, follow the Border Link trail to the base of Bald Rock, where you'll pass through eucalyptus, mountain gum and New England blackbutt. The trail leads to the NSW-Queensland border, and there are tremendous views of Girraween National Park, Queensland, along the way. Bald Rock picnic area has gas barbecues and picnic tables where you can while away the hours. And as it's the only established picnic area in Bald Rock National Park, with plenty of shaded spots to escape the heat, it's a popular place to visit in summer. **To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

Facilities found here

Caravan / Camper Trailer / Campervan Sites / Campsites, Lookouts, Non Smoking,

Accessibility Information

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.,

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.