Tirhatuan Park

3.3/5 rating (3 votes)
  • Walk duration: 40 - 75 mins
  • Walk Grade: Gentle
  • Walk Style: Return, Circuit
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Tirhatuan Park

Walk Summary

Walk Category:  Short

Getting There:  Car, Bus

Nearest Town:  Dandenong

Walk Area:  Melbourne - South

Distance from Melbourne GPO:  32 km

Mobile Phone Coverage:  Yes

Walk Details Collated:  February 2012

Walk Details Provided ByBushwalking Victoria


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Getting There

Melways:  81 E7

Directions:   Kriegel Way, off Outlook Drive, Dandenong North

Car parking:  Car park located at the end of  Kriegal Way

Public transport: 

Bus:  The 862 (Dandenong—Chadstone) bus stops on Outlook Drive at the top of Kriegal Way. It is a short walk to the start point of the walks.

Further Information

Opening Hours: The park is open 24 hours

Parks Victoria:  Dandenong Valley Parklands (for other parks along Dandenong Creek)

Facilities:  There are many picnic tables close to the play grounds well as a drinking fountain behind the toilet block at the junction with the Dandenong Creek Trail.  Toilets are located at the Kriegal Way car park.

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