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Mount Buffalo National Park is 325 kilometres, or a 4 hour drive north of Melbourne. It has sheer cliffs, imposing granite tors, tumbling waterfalls, snow gums and stunning wildflowers. The park features over 90km of walking tracks, panoramic...more
After crossing the Buckland River, the sealed road gradually climbs a long spur towards Mt. Buffalo. Few people could fail to be impressed by the massive granite cliffs rising around them. Rich farmland soon gives way to majestic forests to Candlebark Gums and ferny undergrowth....More
High cliffs, waterfalls, wildlife everywhere. Short, medium & long walks. There just was not enough time to see all we wanted to visit here. Make sure you do the Gorge, Monolith & Horn walks if nothing else.
We loved Mount Buffallo. We drove to to the Horn picnic area and walked to the summit. The views are 360 degrees and absolutely incredible. There are many walking tracks and we would have loved more time. We will be back to explore.
Beautiful old chalet to view with history. Stunning views of water fall, cliffs,huge Rocks , trees,viewing plat forms.great walking tracks through bush.lovely fresh air.fantastic for photography A must see.
Thanks to wildsight for the tips, I updated their recommendations. We took around 4 hours with plenty of photo stops and time to soak in the amazing views.
We are both around 60 and pretty fit. The walk was well within our abilities but I...More
You must see the surrounding views from Mount Buffalo. It is worth the drive up. The road is excellent but not suitable for caravans. The scenery is nothing short of amazing. We were there on a wet day but it did not spoil it. In...More
We had a day to spend here and we were going to do the big walk. Luckily we went to the Nat Park office on the way up as the guide suggested we do 4 shorter walks to see more variety. A windy stunning road...More