Located a short drive 7.5 kilometres from Quilpie on the Toompine Road you will find Baldy Top Lookout. This lookout together with its neighbour Table Top Lookout is a must-do when in Quilpie. A climb to the summit is a relatively easy ten-minute scramble where you will be rewarded with amazing 360-degree panoramic views.
Baldy Top was formed naturally over millions of years and with its ancient caves and crevices creates a sense of wonder, with many untouched by civilisation. Its neighbour Table Top is also worth a visit and only a short distance from Baldy Top, named due to its flat summit. It is an ideal spot to picnic while enjoying the 360-degree panoramic views.
Both locations are fantastic to visit during the day. However, Baldy Top has become somewhat an iconic location in the Outback to enjoy at sunrise or sunset. It is very popular with those who try to capture the change in colour as the sun goes through the motions across the wide and breathtaking landscape. As a local tip, the sunset leads itself as a perfect location for a sundowner after a long day of exploring the area.