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  • The gas barbecue at Anakie Gorge Picnic Ground is not operational. at Anakie Gorge Picnic Area
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Barbeque
Bird watching
Camping
Long walk / Multi day walk
Medium walk / Day walk
Picnicking
Short walk
Camp fires

Walking

The Brisbane Ranges offers a fantastic variety of walking opportunities through a range of habitats. The tracks offer several alternative routes from Anakie Gorge and Stony Creek Picnic Areas. Anakie…

Nature study

Brisbane Ranges National Park is rich in native flora with some 619 native plant species (about one fifth of Victoria’s total) found in the ranges. Many are either rare or…

Anakie Gorge Picnic Area

Enjoy a picnic at Anakie Gorge. The picnic grounds have wood barbecues (BYO wood), one gas barbecue, toilets, tables and seats.

Boar Gully Camping Area

The camping area at Boar Gully is equipped with basic facilities including toilet, picnic tables and fire places. One site is designated for a camp trailer or caravan, the remaining…

Fridays Picnic and Camping Area

Fridays campground is situated approx 2km north of Steiglitz on Durdidwarrah Road. It provides a good base for exploring the historic gold mining area of Steiglitz Historic Park, wildflower and…

Grahams Creek Picnic Area

An isolated picnic area beside a seasonal creek. Facilities include a wood barbeque and a table and seat.

Little River Picnic Area and Walk-in Camping Ground

This picturesue site is located at the junction of the Little River and Rileys Creek. Facilities include a toilet, wood barbeque and table and seats. Advance bookings and payment are…

Old Mill Walk-in Camping

Accessible only to walkers, Old Mill camping area offers camping in a secluded bush setting. Facilities include a toilet, wood barbecue and a table and seat. Advance bookings and payment…

Sapling Gully Picnic Area

An isolated picnic area in the north of the park with access to walking tracks. Facilities include a wood barbeque and a table and seats.

Staughton Vale Cliff Face Climbing Area

A popular site for both climbing and abseiling with spectacular views to the east. The site is closed from 1 August to 30 November due to the peregrine falcon breeding

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