Information about BALD ROCK National Park

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Bald Rock National Park is located in the Northern Tablelands adjacent to the Queensland Border. The Entrance is 29Km north east of Tenterfield along the Mt Lindesay Road.

Bald Rock is the main feature of the Park. This magnificent dome is 750m long and 500m wide, rising 200m above the surrounding forest and is the largest exposed granite type rock in Australia.

The rock is not true granite, being classified as Stanthorpe Adamellite, it is of Lower Triassic age showing marked phases in mineralogy and texture. Resultant soils are generally poor and sandy.

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