Gorge Circuit Walk and Western Bluff Track

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Werribee Gorge State Park

Gorge Circuit Walk and Western Bluff Track is a 9.5 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Ingliston, Victoria, Australia that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 9.5 km Elevation Gain: 493 m Route Type: Loop

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

river

views

rocky

scramble

off trail

no dogs

This route is difficult to follow so be sure to download a map ahead of time! There is some moderate scrambling involved, so wear good boots. Please stack on the track - there is private property nearby.

hiking
15 days ago

Relatively easy hike, able to push through it in under 2 hours at a average pace. Much more enjoyable to reach the higher lookout points at sunrise and make a coffee up there.

you no longer cab access the full walk due yo being private property from this starring location .

hiking
scramble
5 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

Great trail. Lots to look at and some interesting challenges. The only negative being the number of people on the trail ( resulting in us waiting to get through some parts of the trail. Would probably not choose to come on a weekend again. Loved the scenery and a few steep climbs

hiking
6 months ago

Great trail but not easy to follow.

hiking
private property
rocky
9 months ago

Great loop to do, but had to do some research before going. Best way to tackle it is to do the walk backwards. Needs clearer signage. Great views at the top and quite relaxing in the gorge. Fun to do with a group!

hiking
private property
rocky
10 months ago

hiking
closed
private property
washed out
10 months ago

I attempted this trail on Saturday, although the 8km Werribee Gorge Loop is fine as a moderate to easy hike, the additional, western loop up to Falcons Lookout is now closed and completely inaccessible.

hiking
closed
off trail
over grown
private property
scramble
washed out
Mon May 13 2019

Took this "trail" last week, doesn't show on official park maps and for a good reason. Lots of the trail are a wild scramble with no obvious route other than following your GPS, with many areas marked as private property and going over dangerous and precarious paths such as crumbled cliff edges, steep footless climbs and thick waist height grass. Highly advise to avoid.

Was a great walk with some beautiful views, however the connecting portions are now private property and quite dangerous. We did still walk them, but it is hard to know where the track is at some points. Breathtaking views however, had a blast!

hiking
Thu Apr 18 2019

One of the best near Melbourne!

hiking
Sun Oct 28 2018

this trail is great fun, really enjoyed the cable assist rock scramble and the views are spectacular.

hiking
Sun Oct 07 2018

Stunning views and fun rock scrambling. My favourite trail.

Fri Sep 28 2018

Great hike- just hard to find your way on some parts!

hiking
Wed Sep 19 2018

Nice challenging hike with great views and rock scrambling. Signage is great in some areas and in others felt like the blind leading the blind. Reminded me how important it is to be able to read a map and know your bearings.

hiking
Sun Sep 09 2018

Such a beautiful place one you shouldn't miss.

Sun Sep 02 2018

Very enjoyable day however I should have picked something a little less challenging for my first hike. 95% of the hike is very well marked however the last climb back up to the car park is a little hit and miss if your concentration wanders at the wrong time. A great overall hike and will definaterly do it again.

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