La-Ne-Jeering Walk Langi Ghiran State Park

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  • Walk Length: 1.8 km
  • Walk duration: 30 mins
  • Walk Grade: Very Easy
  • Walk Style: Return
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La-Ne-Jeering Walk

Walk Summary

Walk Category:  Short

Getting There:  Car

Nearest Town:  Beaufort

Walk Area:  South West Victoria

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  204 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes but coverage varies by provider

Walk Details Collated:  October 2008

Walk Details Provided By:  Ballarat Bushwalking & Outdoor Club

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Getting There

From Beaufort travel west towards Ararat on the Western Highway. About 11 km after Buangor, take the second turn off right into Langi Ghiran State Park.  Do not take the first entry to the Park (7.5 km after Buangor) as that is not allowed.  On the second turn off (Kartuk Road) note the Railway Crossing and travel 5 km towards the picnic/camping area. Note that Kartuk Road is shown as Langi Ghiran Picnic Ground Road on some maps.

Turn hard right onto the Langi Ghiran Track about 100 m before the campground.  Travel approx. 5.5 km until you see a small parking area on the right and a walking track going off to the left.  On returning to your car and continue east to join the highway in less than 1 km.

Further Information

Parks Victoria: Langi Ghiran State Park

Note: As at August 2012 many areas of Langi Ghiran State Park are still affected by damage caused by heavy rainfall and storms in early 2011. Park staff have commenced repairing roads, walking tracks and visitor facilities and this work will continue for some time. Check with Parks Victoria for the latest information prior to visiting this park.

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