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 walk 3 km, 1 hour (one way) Starting from either picnic area, this walk leads through Anakie Gorge along a relatively …
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Change of conditions
- Burchell Trail - flood damage has occurred between Little River Camp Ground and Griffen Hill Track, inexperienced walkers are advised to use McLeans Highway as an alternative route.
Monday 29 April, 2013 |
Camp at Boar Gully. This camping area has basic facilities. Boar Gully has six campsites, pit toilets and tank water. One site is designated for a camp trailer or caravan. Firewood collection is not permitted. Bring a fuel stove. Advance bookings should be made, particularly during …
- Map - Brisbane Ranges National Park (PDF File 3.4 MB)
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16 Apr 2013
Parks Victoria is reminding visitors and campers in Lake Tyers State Park to keep vehicles to formed roads and tracks, set campsites back from the waterline and collect firewood only where permitted. The special values of the Lake Tyers area were recently recognised with its declaration as Lake Tyers State …