Werribee Gorge

This hike explores the length of the Werribee Gorge by following a disused water channel built between 1926 and 1929 to supply irrigation to the local area, then leading up over escarpments before plunging back along the river bed itself. Werribee Gorge retains a wild, rugged natural beauty, and the very interesting walk even includes some tricky chain sections...exciting!


This day out is very unique in that we offer an afternoon rockclimbing session. That's right!  After lunch we take a short drive to the far side of the gorge where a short walk brings us to Falcons Lookout where we meet our climbing guides and enjoy two hours of fun, adrenaline and shaky legs as we attempt some fine lines. Rock climbing is a wonderful activity that will raise your adventure level and challenge you to try reaching new heights - literally! This is a day out where you can safely test your limits and we'll encourage and support you all the way. Satisfaction awaits only those that try!  See below for details on what to bring.

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  • 3 hrs - 8km walk
  • Walk Grade 3. See description here
  • This is hilly walking on technical trails.
  • Wonderful rugged scenery.
  • Homemade delicious lunch and snacks
  • Experienced and qualified guides, first aid, insurance.
  • Park use fees

Location and Departure Time:

  • Head along the Western Freeway past Baccus Marsh
  • Take the Myrniong exit leading onto Pentland Hills Road and continue left
  • Turn right onto Myers Rd
  • Follow this to very end and look for the TSA banner


  • Individual transport arrangements - Carpooling is recommended

What to bring:

  • Large drink bottle, or two normal drink bottles on a hot day.
  • Walking clothes, we generally recommend shorts or light pants with layers for your upper body.
  • Sturdy walking boots or trail shoes or runners.
  • Hat, or beanie
  • Medication, camera etc
  • A small backpack


  • All safety equipment, ropes, helmets, harnesses is supplied by qualified guides.
  • Bring some flexible shoes likes runners or good old dunlop volleys!
  • Large drink bottle, or two normal drink bottles on a hot day.
  • Small backpack