Fraser Trip – Day 5: Bald Rock

Fraser Trip – Day 5: Bald Rock

Another freezing night in the tent (with Bub sleeping inside one of our sleepingbags with us). Today we headed into Bald Rock National Park to climb up Bald Rock itself. Bald Rock, is a large granite outcrop rising about 200 metres above the surrounding landscape. It measures about 750 metres long and 500 metres wide and is the largest granite monolith in Australia. Amazingly hardly anyone knows it’s there and it loses out to its more famous red centre cousin. I guess because it pokes up out of the trees and you don’t know its there until you are almost on top of it. Unlike Uluru which you can see from a great distance away.
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