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We visited at 10:30am and walked the trail clockwise (up through the gorge then back along the ridge). This worked well for us as we seemed to have the fun behind us most of the way. We completed the 5.2km loop walk in 90 minutes....More
The road out from Quorn is sealed until the entrance to the Gorge and the dirt track is ok for non 4WD vehicles. The rocks are superb and the creek bed is a lovely walking area. So peaceful and quiet!!
Warren Gorge is a wonderful place to visit as it has many walking trails that you can choose according to your abilities. You may also be lucky enough to see the Yellow Footed Black Wallabies. We saw some on the way into the park area...More
If you are looking for a great camp ground to spend a few days with the family, this is it. Well set out spacious sites with creek frontages available and stunning scenery make this a must do family destination. We had a day trip from...More
When we first arrived, we were delighted to be met by yellow-footed rock wallabies … and not just one... there were three large ones in the carpark. This rock-wallaby has a very distinctive coat that is grey on their back, a rich orange to bright...More
We went there a few days ago - it was a very pleasant morning walk. I'm glad we took the advice to walk anti-clockwise. Not only we had reached the top quicker, but when walking down the loop we had the sun behind us and...More
No signage or map to say where to go. We just walked around a big hill with a putrid creek that had we wanted to cross, we would have had our shoes wet and we left after 20 minutes as we just seemed to be...More