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Pyramid Rocks

Are isolated rock formations on the eastern side of Carne Creek 1.5km west, south west of road intersection of Glowworm Tunnel Road and Firetrail No. 6. This is a descriptive name coined by Michael Keats on his Bush Club walk, 5th March 2008. The largest of these isolated pyramid shaped rocks is the Great Pyramid. The view from the top is stunning.Two spectacular features in this complex are Cleopatra Needle and Mark Anthony Slot. The GR's are the same as for Pyramid Rocks. All these were named by Michael Keats on a Bush Club walk, 31st January 2014.

  • Cullen Bullen
Grid Reference:
  • 411 118
Gardens of Stone National Park
  • GOS3.03: Donkey Mountain 3
  • GOS3.07: A natural tribute to Michelangelo
  • GOS3.16: Carne Creek Cliffs, Felt Fern Canyon and Pyramid Rocks
  • GOS6.23: Pyramid Pass to Zorro Pass
  • GOS6.24: Window in the Sky Ravine and Striolata Ravine
  • GOS6.26: Birds Rock Creek
  • GOS6.34: Caves of Carne Creek and Pyramid Rocks
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