Lerderderg State Park is where a myriad of tracks, gullies, creeks and ridges form a wild, rugged environment. The striking feature of this area is the 300-metre deep gorge that stretches south to the plains of Bacchus Marsh, almost bisecting the park. Our walk winds explores both the winding scenic valleys and ridgelines plus explores some every unique and interesting gold mining relics. Lerderderg State Park offers a true bush experience and walking is the best way to get to know the park – so join our experienced staff for a fully guided, enjoyable and social day out exploring some wonderful areas.
Back to one of our first walks in Lerderderg, so if you’ve never been there this is great way to experience a range of features within the park. From the tricky river gorge walking, to the steep ascents, dry sclerophyll forests, and flat meandering mining pathways. This a grade three walk, with some rocky sections of track, and one steep uphill and one downhill section.
Grade 3, 14km
O’Briens Crossing. O’Briens Road, Lerderderg 3458
This is a 14km Grade 3 walk that will take 4-5 hours to complete. This walk involves some technical walking and requires a little more agility and stability.