The Ballandean Pyramid is a stone pyramid near the small village of Ballandean, Queensland, Australia. The pyramid is approximately 15 metres in height and built from blocks of the local granite. Not to be confused with the nearby natural rock formations known as the Pyramids in the Girraween National Park. It is on property belonging to a local vineyard, but is unfenced and less than 50 metres from the nearest road. It was built by the previous land owner at a cost of $100,000 (Australian) after a local resident asked him what he was going to do with all the rocks and took eight months to build using an excavator and dump truck.