Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park
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Mount Arapiles is a spectacular feature, rising sharply from the Wimmera plains to form part of the Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park.
Mount Arapiles, widely regarded as the top rock climbing area in Australia, is of world renown. More than 2000 routes have been developed on the many cliffs, crags and pinnacles, presenting variety and challenge to climbers of all levels of experience.
Park map on mobile devices
You can also download a map of this park for your mobile device from Avenza PDF Maps application to access additional functions. The same maps are shown below under ‘Related publications’.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria
Popular things to do
Mt Arapiles is widely regarded as the top rock climbing area in Australia and is world renowned. More than 2000…
Centenary Park is a great spot to enjoy a picnic. Centenary campground is the only place to camp in the…
Enjoy the spectacular views from this picnic area. Basic facilities are provided - fireplaces and picnic tables. There are no…
Walking is a great way to discover the park. Marked walking tracks feature some spectacular views, catering for a range…
The vehicle track circling the Mount is suitable for cycling and driving, and is a good spring wildflower walk. In…
- Mt Arapiles-Tooan State Park - Map (PDF 2.0 MB)
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- Mt Arapiles-Tooan State Park - Park note (PDF 1.5 MB)