The walk is very achievable for most levels of fitness along a well signed and easy path through tea trees and other Australian bush. Massive boulders – born from a cataclysmic volcanic explosion millions of years before, form the landscape creating natures very own Sculpture Park.
Scramble up on the rocks and you can view the underground creek and peep through the boulders. It is possible to get to the top of the rocks by following the gully and boulders to find easier access to the top. You will be rewarded with great views across the Granite Belt landscape.
Underground Creek is a good 2-hour return walk of about 6 km. Take the sign for Dr Roberts Waterhole from Pyramids Road to park. Visit the National Park centre a short drive away (website link) and consider other walks such as Castle Rock (read more). The walks are just 45 minute' drive from Stanthorpe off the New England highway.