Bunyip State Park Southern Circuit (16km)

Bunyip State Park

Victoria

16km

4.5 hrs

Grade 3

Circuit

Hike summary



Route and GPX file


Trail Features


Tips


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)”

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  • Jason Carlon

    Ill check this out today. Thanks ?

  • Mike Clarke

    Hi folks, i think this is on an ‘auto’ rolling program, yes, it is very poor timing that the sequence has brought up Bunyip. Trail Hiking is a volunteer service just providing information. Irrespective of the timing, we’d all do our prep and check conditions at the time before setting off on any hike. I’m sure Darren (who does live in Vic) was not physically posting this, he would not have known when the auto rolling sequence brought up a particular hike.

  • Leonie Francis

    Lets give Trail Hiking Australia a break (or at least the benefit of doubt)! Posting this is not telling people to go on this straight away, it’s saying under normal circumstances this is a hike and these are the details. Trail Hiking Australia is a free and extremely valuable service and would be relying on the commonsense of the readers/hikers to understand. Congratulations to those whose responses have recognised this and responded appropriately. Thanks for your ongoing valuable service Trail Hiking Australia

  • Andrew Hunter-Graham

    I can understand the concern… But seriously, anyone that takes note of the posts on this page should be able to understand that it is just coincidental bad timing that the scheduled post was released today.

    It isn’t the first time that a hike has been posted when there is a fire near a hike. Because Bunyip has been in the media so much, that is why it’s been noticed…

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