Neds Gully – Cathedral Peak – Neds Peak - Neds Gully

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  • Walk Length: 10 km
  • Walk duration: 6 hours
  • Walk Grade: Medium
  • Walk Style: Circuit
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Neds Gully – Cathedral Peak – Neds Peak - Neds Gully

Walk Summary

Walk Category:  Day

Getting There:  Car

Nearest Town:  Buxton or Taggerty

Walk Area: North Central Victoria

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  122 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes but coverage varies by provider

Walk Details Collated:  October 2007

Walk Details Provided ByDiamond Valley Bushwalking Club & Koonung Bushwalking Club

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Getting There

Start point: Cooks Mill car park, Cathedral Ranges State Park.

Getting to the start: From Melbourne, take the Maroondah Highway through  Ringwood, Lilydale, Coldstream, Healesville, Narbethong and Buxton. Approximately 9km past Buxton, turn right (east) at the Cathedrals Sign (Brown Tourist sign) along Cathedral Lane.  After 2.6km turn right again (south) along Little River Road for a further 5.6km to Cooks Mill Site car park, just over the river and a short way up Cerebus Road on your right.

Further Information


  • Cathedral Range Outdoor Leisure Map
  • Printed VicMap Topographic Maps T8023-3-2-1, T8023-2-3-4, t8023-2-4-3 and T8023-3-1-2
  • VicMap: Online purchase and download of 1:30,000 topographic maps

Parks Victoria Cathedral Range State Park; park map

Mobile phone coverage information

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