East - West Walk You Yangs Regional Park

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  • Walk Length: 3.2 km - 7.0 km
  • Walk duration: 2 - 3 hours
  • Walk Grade: Medium
  • Walk Style: Circuit
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East - West Walk

Walk Summary

Walk Category: Short

Getting There: Car

Nearest Town: Little River, Werribee

Walk Area: Melbourne - West

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  69 km

Mobile Phone Coverage: Yes

Walk Details Collated: July 2013

Walk Details Provided By:  CAEX Bushwalking Club

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Getting There

Take the Princes Highway over West Gate Bridge towards Geelong.  Take the C114/Lara exit and at roundabout take 3rd exit onto Avalon Road.  After about 850m turn left onto McClelland Ave.  In 1.2km take a slight right onto Station Lake Road.  In 350m take 1st exit to stay on Station Lake Road.  In 1.4km take the 3rd exit at the roundabout to travel along Forest Road North.  Continue for 6.5 km then turn right onto Branch Road and then left into Park Entrance.  Follow signs to Turntable Carpark.

Further Information

Parks VictoriaYou Yangs Regional Park
From the Parks Victoria website you will find links to the relevant Park Note and the Park Map which is optimised for use with mobile devices

Weather: 7 day forecast for Avalon

Mobile phone coverage information  

Maps: Vicmap hard copy index; Vicmap 1:30 000 maps online ordering

Dogs on a leash are permitted in this Park

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