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We weren't camping but appreciated a short break under the trees not far from the highway

We were driving the highway and looking for somewhere to stretch our legs. We'd seen beforehand... read more

Reviewed 28 November 2017
NigelBN
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Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Great for hikers and overnight campers; my 3 rules for Mt Buangor

About 2 hours from Melbourne Mt Buangor is a hidden gem for campers and hikers. There are 3... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2017
Pauly B
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Melbourne, Australia
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27 Nov 2017
“We weren't camping but appreciated a short break under the trees not far from the highway”
16 Oct 2017
“Great for hikers and overnight campers; my 3 rules for Mt Buangor”
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Reviewed 28 November 2017

We were driving the highway and looking for somewhere to stretch our legs. We'd seen beforehand that this state park was close to the road, and so we took the well signposted junction and the 10 minute drive to reach the park. The road changes...More

Thank NigelBN
Reviewed 17 October 2017

About 2 hours from Melbourne Mt Buangor is a hidden gem for campers and hikers. There are 3 separate camp sites along a central road and all offer something a little different depending on your needs (the first site, Middle Creek is much larger with...More

1  Thank Pauly B
Reviewed 16 October 2017

It would be good if there was a bit more information on the drive in etc - I (luckily) correctly guessed which roads I needed. The waterfall was beautiful - must be magnificent in winter!

Thank Kate4710
Reviewed 13 March 2017 via mobile

Visited on the Labour Day long weekend and it hadn't rained in a while so the waterfall wasn't flowing much. Night area though. Don't follow GPS to get in, follow the signs off the highway. Tracks are a tad overgrown and there were a few...More

Thank MichelleM5
Reviewed 1 February 2017 via mobile

You've probably driven past the snow gum covered mountain hundreds of times and thought how lovely it looked. when you actually turn off highway you find a fantastic mountain wilderness. the mountain features lots of great free camping spots.. my fav is fern-tree camping area...More

1  Thank JohnG3121
Reviewed 8 April 2014

The Mount Buangor State Park is a beautiful part of the Pyrenees Region. It's close to our property and so we will often drive to go for a walk there. It's a beautiful place. In total, there is 15km network of walking tracks in the...More

6  Thank Sarah B
Reviewed 25 February 2013

I would like to visit your Park, but where is the info? No photo's, no anything, no tourist info what so ever! Have driven past many times and have always thought it may be one of Victoria's hidden wonders. What's the problem, lack of State...More

Thank Ross M
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