Werribee Gorge State Park
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- Established:May 1978
Werribee Gorge retains a wild, rugged natural beauty. The park offers spectacular views and great opportunities for bushwalking and rock climbing.
There are a variety of walks in the park. A popular walk follows the Werribee River from Meikles Point picnic area, offering impressive view of both the river and the cliff faces of the gorge. It leads to popular swimming holes, historic sites and other park features.
How to get there
Werribee Gorge State Park is approximately 8km west of Bacchus Marsh via the Western Freeway and Pentland Hills Road to Myers Road (steep in places), or via Ironbark Road (Ballan-Ingliston Road) from Bacchus Marsh-Balliang Road.
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
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Popular things to do
Picnicking Enjoy a picnic with family and friends at Meikles Point or Quarry picnic areas. A swimming hole is located nearby…
Walking Circuit Walk 10km - 4.5 hrs Grade - Medium to Hard Start at the Quarry or Meikles Point Picnic Area…
Rock climbing Go rock climbing at Falcons Lookout. This is the only area in the park available for rock climbing.