Donnellys Weir Mt St Leonard (25.3km)

Yarra Ranges National Park



8 hrs

Grade 4


Hike summary

Route and GPX file

Gear you might need

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Access Conditions

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About the region

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Acknowledgement of Country

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  • Darren Edwards Post author

    28 May 2022 – Access conditions have changed. Rd 12 off Monda Road (CH46+VMG Toolangi, Victoria) has a notice posted about damages and the gate is closed for repairs until Jun 2022. If you ignore the notice, the trail disappears from (CH35+599 Healesville, Victoria) onwards and you have to rely on tree markers. At (CH24+9R2 Healesville, Victoria) is the last marked tree beyond which the weather damage is significant and signposts cannot be located anymore. It’s very risky to proceed, especially in wet conditions. There is no signal on Optus / Vodafone in the damaged area. Monda Car Park is the nearest location accessible by car, should you need to be rescued by someone.

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