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Mount Buffalo National Park is 325 kilometres, or a 4 hour drive north of Melbourne. It has sheer cliffs, imposing granite tors, tumbling waterfalls, snow gums and stunning wildflowers. The park features over 90km of walking tracks, panoramic...more
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An easy 35km drive from Bright or around 50km from Myrtleford, the 31,000 hectare National Park is a fantastic all-season destination.
In winter Mt. Buffalo is a great place to take the family for a fun day tobogganing, cross country skiing or snow-shoe walking. Any...More
Easy drive up to the top (in a 4x4) great views too. 2 carparks and road side parking. There is a cafe there but had no eftpos available the day we were there and given we didn’t have any cash we were a bit put...More
Went to the Dingo Dell Cafe which is a great spot for tobogganing for kids. Only have to walk up about 50 metres then slide down. We hired our equipment in Bright and took up with us, get super toboggans, they can fit 2. Free...More
Cannot rave enough about Mt Buffalo. A beautiful drive up and down the hill. Plenty of waterfalls, ferns and beautiful scenery. The snow was amazing and we went tobogganing at Dingo Dell. The chalet is well worth a visit. Allow a whole day to explore...More
After crossing the Buckland River, the sealed road gradually climbs a long spur towards Mt. Buffalo. Few people could fail to be impressed by the massive granite cliffs rising around them. Rich farmland soon gives way to majestic forests to Candlebark Gums and ferny undergrowth....More
High cliffs, waterfalls, wildlife everywhere. Short, medium & long walks. There just was not enough time to see all we wanted to visit here. Make sure you do the Gorge, Monolith & Horn walks if nothing else.
We loved Mount Buffallo. We drove to to the Horn picnic area and walked to the summit. The views are 360 degrees and absolutely incredible. There are many walking tracks and we would have loved more time. We will be back to explore.