Mt Dunn Circuit

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NB. The following information was current at the time of the event

Distance:  10 Km   |  Duration:  5 Hrs   |  Grade:  TBA   |  Rating:    |  Style:  Circuit   |  Map

Best Season:  Summer, Autumn, Spring

About the Walk


A longer circuit walk in the reservoir area, along very nice foot-tracks with two viewpoints en-route. Involves 200m height gain with optional extra 100m to top of Mt Dunn.

The Walk in Detail

Except for about half a kilometre of fire-trail, this walk is all on foot tracks that traverse a range of rocky terrain, snow gum forest, taller forest, and open snow grass plains.

The walk begins at the reservoir. Walk back a couple of hundred metres to the Mt McLeod Road, turn north for about 300m and then join a signed foot track to the west towards Mollison's Galleries. About a kilometre along the track we come to a branch to Og, Gog and Magog, a group of rocks that can be climbed (only a small rise) for a good view across the plateau.

After the climb to the top you continue on, taking care not to follow the Mollison's Gallery track, until we reach the Rocky Creek 4WD track which you follow for 100m before turning right to follow a foot track for several kilometres until you reach the foot of Mt Dunn.

If you still have energy, climb the 100m to the summit for excellent views of the plateau.  Return to the track at the foot of Mt Dunn and it is only another kilometre or so to the start point.

Getting There

Drive towards Bright via Hume Highway, Wangaratta and Myrtleford.  Take the turn off to Mt Buffalo near Porepunkah.  Drive up Mt Buffalo and once you have reached the Buffalo plateau, continue on past the left turn to the chalet. The road to the reservoir is on the right about 0.7 km further on past the Parks Office but before the sheds that house the snow clearing equipment. It is a good gravel road that follows Crystal Brook.  Drive to the parking area at the end near the reservoir.

Walk Precautions

Ladders at Mt Dunn require the usual amount of care.

Additional Information

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