An enchanting and easy 30-minute return walk features a stunning lookout atop Alum Cliffs with views through the Mersey River gorge.
The walk features a short steep beginning (5 minutes) to the – Soulevement-Triangulaire, point de vue sculpture by David Jones, which acknowledges the triangulation of three major physical references – Quamby Bluff, Alum Cliffs Gorge and Western Bluff, Tulampanga, or Alum Cliffs, was a place of particular social and spiritual significance to Aborigines because of the ochre to be found in that area of the Gog Range. The connection of the Pallittorre band of the North tribe is believed to have stretched over 10,000 years. But many tribes travelled to Tulampanga to obtain this highly prized material and for them this was a sacred celebration place. To these early inhabitants, the Great Western Tiers were known as Kooparoona Niara, or Mountains of the Spirits, culturally significant as the meeting place of three Aboriginal nations.