The second day of our stay at Girraween Environmental Lodge:
The Lodge has bought up pristine acreage just outside the National Park itself, which means you don’t actually have to leave the property to get your bushwalking fix. These shots were taken on one of those hikes and the various rock formations have pretty imaginative names like “Giants Marbles” and “Cathedral Arch”. In addition to the amazing hiking opportunities, I can say that our stay at the Lodge itself was without fault. The chalets are situated in the woods around the property with the only sound being the birdsong in the mornings (or torrential rain if you were slightly unlucky with the weather like us). In the last few pictures you can see a green meadow belonging to the Lodge in the middle of the granite basin surrounded by forest, which just goes to show how remote this place is. Also, there are resident kangaroos – what more could you want?