Wishing Pool Circuit
A short walk through rainforest along calm river pools
Credition Creek Track
A walk that follows Broken River through rainforest, linking the Broken River Visitor Area with the wishing pool Circuit.
Granite Bend Circuit
An extension on the Rainforest Discovery Circuit that takes you through rainforest and along Broken River.
Rainforest Discovery Circuit
A short walk through rainforest with information boards and pictures by local school students.
Clark Range Track
A walk through picabeen and Alexandra palms, linking the Broken River Car Park with the Sky Window Car Park.
Sky Window Circuit
A short easy track that takes you to two lookouts over the Pioneer Valley
Pine Grove -Cedar Grove Track
A walk through rain forest which takes you through a strangler fig arch and past red cedars, tulip oaks and lots of palm trees. This track links the Pine Grove Carpark and the Sky Window carpark.
Mt Barney East Peak via SE Ridge, traverse North Pinnacle to Leaning Peak, descend couloir to Barney Gorge and Lower Portals
We did this as a day walk, starting at Yellow Pinch carpark around 7AM and arriving at Lower Portals about 4PM. We were told by a professional guide we bumped into at Yellow Pinch carpark that we wouldn't be able to complete our planned route in 1 day. We completed it easily in about 9 hours and taking plenty of stops, but we're experienced hikers and you need to hold a good pace. Most people would probably prefer to break it up into a 2-day walk.
A couple things you need to
The West Cliff Track branches to the right from the Python Rock Track and then immediately sharp left past a Black Booyong with extensive buttressing and a tall Hoop Pine 30 metres further down the track.
Pat’s Bluff affords a view over the Albert and Logan River valleys to the Great Dividing Range. Follow the cliff line down past a view of Raining Cliff to the picnic area. Pat O’Reilly’s log cabin is 70 metres in from this spot. Peregrine Falcons nest in caves in th
Branding Yard Trail
Part of the You Yangs Regional Park between Melbourne and Geelong. There are many hiking, running and mountain bike trails in the park which range in difficulty. I ran the Branding Yard Trail as part of a run that incorporated other trails in the area. It is a mostly flat trail with a few ups and downs particularly at the start/finish part of the trail. The trail starts and finishes at the turn table car park which inside the park grounds past the main office about 2km up. There is a monolith mo