Bunyip State Park Southern Circuit (16km)

Bunyip State Park



4.5 hrs

Grade 3


Hike summary

Route and GPX file

Trail Features


Gear you might need

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Access Conditions

Getting there

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About the region

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Acknowledgement of Country

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1 Review on “Bunyip State Park Southern Circuit (16km)”

Overall rating
  • The description and the course map (.gpx) do not quite match up on this one. Whilst its not a major issue it should be noted that the section where it says walk 200m a then fin the start of the Ferres track. It’s actually the Silvertop Ridge Track after 200m. This quickly meets with the Ferres Track however. You can walk past the start of the Silvertop Ridge Track and find the start of the Ferres Track after about 350m. Either way works fine.

  • Angela Gawne

    Simon Izzard

  • Lynne Phillips

    Brooke Phillips I want to do this one !

  • Michael Wilson

    Amazing area, I bob around a LOT on these trails.

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