“If you’re up for a challenge then head out to Werribee Gorge State Park for a bush walk full of steep climbs and some cable walking along rocks.”
If you’re up for a challenge then head out to Werribee Gorge State Park for a bush walk full of steep climbs and some cable walking along rocks. The beginning of this walk starts off gently, through a disused water channel built in the 1920s to supply irrigation to the local area. Things start to get a little more adventurous as you make your way around the base of a few small cliffs and scramble over rocks with the help of some wire ropes. After the first 45 minutes of climbing, you’ll then be treated to spectacular views over Werribee Gorge and across the rugged, rocky landscape of the entire state park. The river is prone to flooding so avoid this walk after heavy rain. You’ll also need to watch out for the red-bellied black snakes and tiger snakes which are common in the area.
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Werribee Gorge State Park Circuit Walk
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