Churchill National Park
Churchill National Park
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fevans74
Melbourne, Australia9 contributions
Dec 2020
A friend & I visited today to follow the walking trails. We walked along the Army Track to North Boundary Track. There are some steep hills so you need to be reasonably fit. We found the signage quite poor in parts & we would encourage the Parks Victoria staff to review these. Lovely bushy area away from traffic & with great views from the high points.
Written 9 December 2020
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Thanks so much for taking the time to review Churchill National Park. We're glad you enjoyed the great views. Your feedback about the signage will be passed along to our local team. If you'd like to provide any further feedback we encourage you to contact us at info@parks.vic.gov.au Thanks again, Parks Victoria
Written 17 December 2020
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Oldjack
Greater Melbourne, Australia27,912 contributions
May 2020
The positive was that this area has not seen urban developed. It is an area of natural bush and that was about it. There were a number of walking trails, some picnic facilities and toilets that were locked. Overall disappointing.
Written 26 May 2020
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Thanks so much for taking the time to review Churchill National Park. We're sorry to hear that the park didn't meet your expectations. All toilets have now been reopened in our parks. If you'd like to provide further feedback, please feel free to reach out at info@parks.vic.gov.au Thanks, Parks Victoria
Written 5 June 2020
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Tan
70 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
We came to this place accidentally while on way to visit a friend. It happened to be a very beautiful, calm and peaceful place. There were lush green lawns, farms, animals, a small pond making it look like a beautiful painting. We were smitten by its beauty. It has an eatery with least options for vegetarian people. It also had a shop which sold jewellery, hats, stones, crystals, body lotions, soaps etc. It was fun shopping at this place. We spent our complete day here hanging from one place to another. They also offer place to stay for people who want to spend a night or so over here. All in all an extremely fabulous outing we had at the Churchill park.
Written 8 November 2019
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655Denis
Melbourne, Australia692 contributions
Oct 2019
Having lived in Melbourne since 1981 I had no idea this lovely national Park was up behind Rowville where the quarries are - which you can't see. We were about 100 metres in and there were wild kangaroos with lots of joeys in the pouches. This is well maintained and the paths are wide, so in summer if a snake was coming out of the bush you would see it. Don't suggest poking around near the water holes though as the snakes love frogs. We went to the pinnacle and the view back t he city and across the bay is superb - a well hidden secret.
Written 20 October 2019
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David F
Bentleigh, Australia900 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
Spectacular Australian bush.we walked from the Churchill visitors area to trig point and back, the a picnic at the picnic area. We walked around 10 K in total. Lots of birds and a few close up views of grey? kangaroos. You need to print off a map from the website before you go as the signs are a bit cryptic. We liked the area so much we will do a few more walks in this area. I would rate the walk as easy to medium with a few very steep hills. Good gravel paths.
Written 26 May 2019
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thetraveler2829
Beijing12 contributions
Apr 2019 • Family
We walked and walked hoping to spot kangaroos but no luck. The signage were not properly placed. Got lost a few times. Had to use toilets but they were all locked.
Not going again.
Written 17 April 2019
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mummamiaMA
Melbourne, Australia327 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
This is a gem of a park, its huge with loads of tracks and dirt bike paths too. It is a lovely get back to nature without having to drive to far from the city. The top lookout has amazing 360 views. Simply breathtaking and wonderful.
Written 20 September 2018
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Lolita D
Melbourne, Australia372 contributions
July 2018 • Couples
This park is so special. So peaceful, no crowds. Came here on a Saturday morning and walked several of the gorgeous trails. The most memorable was Syphon Walk because we must have seen over 30 Eastern Grey Roos and several swamp wallabies! There were more on the other trails as well but this was the mother lode. What's great is this beautiful place is just a 45 min drive away from home! (Watch out for bikers zooming by!)
Written 24 July 2018
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Karen B
Ferntree Gully, Australia9 contributions
Mar 2017 • Family
Have visited a few times and found good walking tracks. There are gentler ones and more challenging ones. Bike riding is fun and again there are various grades of tracks available.
Written 7 September 2017
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Sue B
4 contributions
Aug 2017 • Friends
Peaceful walk through the trees, kangaroo jumping here and there in close proximity. Uphill walk gives a good cardio workout. Throw a piece of meat on the BBQ, good ambience.
Written 8 August 2017
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