Granites - Saddle and Ironbark Gorge (7.9km)

Werribee Gorge State Park

Victoria

7.9km

3.5 hrs

Grade 4

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About the region


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0 Reviews on “Granites - Saddle and Ironbark Gorge (7.9km)”

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  • Completed this one today. Keep in mind that the trail from Falcon’s lookout until you’re back in the state park is now off-limits (private) property so no access to Werribee River from Falcon’s lookout. I cut through from where the “Private Property” sign is to the (dry) riverbed.

  • I have done a lot of this place but I still have no idea where and how to safely traverse the saddle i’m guessing there’s a bit of actual rock climbing involved?

  • Kylie Crawford

    Jo, have you walked thus?

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