Cumberland Walk

Yarra Ranges National Park
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This easy walk through beautiful rainforest includes waterfalls, views and spectacular trees including The Big Tree - the tallest known living tree in Victoria. The walk also visits Cora Lynn Falls, Cumberland Falls, the Sitka Spruce planted by a forest ranger over 60 years ago and Sovereign View, a lookout over the Armstrong Creek Valley towards Warburton.

Waterfalls
Lookouts
No Dogs Permitted
Rainforest

Getting there

The walk starts from the Cambarville Picnic Area. Woods Point Road from Marysville toward Lake Mountain. The picnic area is approximately 6.5km past the Lake Mountain turnoff on Woods Point Road.

 

Route/Trail notes

The walk is well signed from the Cambarville Picnic Area.

 

Other References

National Park Notes - http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/608837/Park-note-Yarra-Ranges-NP-Lady-Talbot-and-Cambaraville-Historic.pdf

GPS Tracks

  • No GPS available for this walk yet.

Comments

Cora lynn Falls is beautiful when there has been recent rain. Govt website says 2 hrs but it was much shorter.

Zara13 on Apr, 2013

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