Ingliston Gorge Sloss Gully (5.1km)

Werribee Gorge State Park



2 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 “Ingliston Gorge Sloss Gully (5.1km)”

Overall rating
  • Awesome find. Not a lot of view points but a great hike in a isolated area

  • Mel Kel

    Anita Karnakowski holidays walk

  • New directional signs have been added and the car park is a little easier to notice.
    The walk is good. Steep in places with loose rock, but the geology is very interesting, even for young children.

  • Completed this on the weekend. A little info that might be useful for others: the ‘carpark’ is tiny and can be difficult to find. Do not take Ingliston-Settlement Rd (as google maps suggests when you enter ‘Ingliston Gorge Track’). This will lead to a dead-end private residence. Instead, continue driving SE on Ingliston Rd (with the rail line to your left). Not too much further past Ingliston-Settlement Rd, Ingliston Rd becomes an unsealed dirt road. The carpark is 50m further on the right. Of the track itself, we found it to be very well marked. You rarely went more than 50m without seeing an orange ribbon or arrow. Excellent views on the ridge and a fun walk that can accommodate novices. It took two hours with a 20-min break for photos at the viewpoint.

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