Ted Errey Nature Circuit Brisbane Ranges National Park

3.8/5 rating (4 votes)
  • Walk Length: 10.2 km
  • Walk duration: 4 hours
  • Walk Grade: Medium
  • Walk Style: Circuit
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Walk Summary

Walk Category:  Day

Getting There:  Car

Nearest Town:  Anakie

Walk Area:  Central Victoria

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  77 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes but coverage varies by provider

Walk Details Collated:  October 2013

Walk Details Provided By:  Boroondara Bushwalkers

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Getting There

Get there via the M1 (Princes Freeway) and take the Werribee exit. Leave Werribee to the SE on Bulban Road then right onto Edgars Road, left onto Kirk Bridge Road, right onto Little River Ripley Road, left onto C704 (Bacchus Marsh - Geelong Road), right onto Granite Road right onto Staughton Vale Road then 1.6 km north to turn left onto Gorge Road for 850 m to the Brisbane Ranges National Park - Anakie Gorge Picnic area.

Alteratively, a longer (90 km) but simpler route is via Bacchus Marsh (M8 and C704) to Granite Road etc.

Further Information

Vicmap: Index to Hard Copy topographic maps

VicmapOnline access to 1:30,000 topographic maps

Recommended Maps: Brisbane Ranges Map Guide (1:30,000, 2010) Meridian Maps

Parks Victoria: Brisbane Ranges National Park   -   Park Note

Friends of the Brisbane Ranges

Guidebook: Melbourne's Western Gorges by Glenn Tempest, Open Spaces Publishing, 2012 (can purchase book online and download GPS files)

Mobile phone coverage information

Weather forecast:  Central District

Pets:  No


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