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The Dam at site 7
from Jeremy Riordan
 
Campsite 7
from Jeremy Riordan
 
Pipeline Tunnel Anakie Gorge
from Garry Hope
 
Builders at Anakie Gorge
from Garry Hope
 
Water hole below the Staughton Vale Cliff Fac
from Garry Hope
 
Staughton Vale Falls
from Garry Hope
 
Staughton Vale cliff face
from Garry Hope
 
Early Crossing of the Bacchus/Geelong Hwy
from Garry Hope
 
Ripley Reserve Giant
from Garry Hope
 
Little River Ripley Park Reserve
from Garry Hope
 
Stoney Creek Reservoir
from Garry Hope
 
Rowsley Faultline
from Garry Hope
 
Rock hopping crossings
from Garry Hope
 
Spectacular peaks
from Garry Hope
 
Ted Errey Nature Circuit sign post
from Garry Hope
 
Cliff Face Anakie Gorge
from Garry Hope
 
Thick regrowth after the 2006 bushfires
from Garry Hope
 
Stark reminder of the 2006 Bushfires
from Garry Hope
 
Wild weather through Anakie Gorge
from Garry Hope
 
One of the contributories into Werribee Gorge
from Garry Hope
 
Trees are tougher than you think
from Garry Hope
 
Nelsons Lookout
from Garry Hope
 
Burchell Trail
from Kenny Smith
 
Campsite next to the dam
from Kenny Smith
 
Fire Places
from Kenny Smith
 
Boar Gully
from Kenny Smith
 
Old Mill campground
from David Brewster
 
Barbeque
Bird watching
Camping
Long walk / Multi day walk
Medium walk / Day walk
Picnicking
Short walk
Camp fires
  • walking

    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 Gorge…

  • wildlife - echidna

    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…

  • picnic - couple

    Stony Creek Picnic Area Relax and enjoy a picnic or a short, family-friendly walk to nearby Stony Creek Reservoir. The Anakie Gorge Walk (3km, 1 hour one way) also departs from the picnic area.…

  • family picnic at table - metro park

    Anakie Gorge Picnic Area Anakie Gorge Picnic Area offers plenty of space for kids to run and play. The Anakie Gorge Walk (3km, 1 hour one way) departs from the picnic area. The walk…

  • 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…

  • camping

    Boar Gully Camping Area AccessThis camping area is situated in the northern reaches of the park.BookingsAdvanced bookings and payment are required.CampsitesThere are 6 campsites available suitable for tents with an additional campsite set aside…

  • Sapling Gully Picnic Area An isolated picnic area in the north of the park with access to walking tracks. Access Vehicle access available from Aeroplane Road (unsealed), off Reids Road. Facilities Wood barbecue (BYO…

  • camping - river

    Fridays Picnic and Camping Area This camping area provides a good base for exploring the historic gold mining area of Steiglitz Historic Park, wildflower and wildlife studies and bush walking.AccessThis camping area is situated approximately…

  • Little River Picnic Area and Walk-in Camping Ground This picturesque campground is at the junction of the Little River and Rileys Creek.AccessAccess is by walkers only along the Burchell Trail which traverses the length of the park. The…

  • Grahams Creek Picnic Area An small, secluded picnic area beside a seasonal creek. Access Vehicle access available from Grahams Creek Road (unsealed). Facilities Wood barbecue (BYO wood) Table and seat No water is available…