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You Yangs Regional Park

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The granite peaks of the You Yangs rise dramatically from the surrounding volcanic plains between Melbourne and Geelong. Although only 340 metres high, they dominate the landscape, and are clearly visible from as far away as the bay side of...more
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Reviewed 23 September 2018 via mobile

A range of hikes, so you can choose according to your level of fitness. Flinders Peak is great for cardio and is excellent training for anyone building fitness for a trek. The East-West walk is a bit of fun and the Northern Ranges has some...More

1  Thank VivienAlf
Reviewed 20 September 2018 via mobile

We took our dog and started at Turntable Top. The paths were very easy to navigate and they just go and on. Great views and very well maintained foot paths. There were mountain bike trials too. We took a picnic lunch and had it at...More

Thank Sumay N
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Great views of the city of Melbourne in one direction and beautiful rolling hills in the other. lovely walking tracks on a crisp winters morning. Wonderful place for a BBQ or quiet picnic

1  Thank ian p
Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

I think the You Yangs is a really popular park for four main reasons: Visitors are allowed to take their dogs (on leash) throughout; even the track meant to be hard is pretty easy; there are some of the best mountain biking tracks closest to...More

Thank Melissa C
Reviewed 12 June 2018

If you like the outdoors and nice walks you should definitely visit the You Yangs. There is a little mountain you can climb with a lot of stairs and it is worth your time and energy. If you go there before the sunset you will...More

Thank Kim R
Reviewed 22 April 2018 via mobile

This place is gorgeous. About an hours drive from Melbourne, this it offers a good hike (but fairly strenuous, lots of steps) up the series of granite ridges that rise to 319m (Flinders Peak). We enjoyed exploring the rocks and parked ourselves on some of...More

Thank garyleecious
Reviewed 17 March 2018 via mobile

We wanted to explore a bit and too a drive to You Yangs. It is very dry at the moment as reflected in the dry grass. The region is a lot drier than the Yarra Valley and Dandenongs, but has a beauty of its own....More

1  Thank Mrs_Maltman
Reviewed 27 February 2018 via mobile

We had a wonderful day sighting Koala’s and Wallaby’s. Michael from walk about tours took us to this site. The two ladies that met us had presighted the animals and located them.

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Reviewed 4 February 2018

The You Yangs is a great place for a mountain biking trip. It has a great mix of trails and exceptional usage of native rocks, sculptured rock, hand/machine cut and man-made features. There are three/four access points to enable you to visit your preferred sections....More

1  Thank justinthebyrner
Reviewed 8 January 2018 via mobile

Amazing single track that covers all abilities. From the flat, fast sweeping corners of the Kurrajong plantation to the rocky ball breaking and sometimes frightening descents (and climbs) of the stockyards. Parking is free in both locations and track 14 joins the two parks together....More

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VidathJ1
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Response from KellieSpark | Reviewed this property |
no charge just enjoy and leave no rubbish xxx
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Harrison L
8 December 2015|
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No public transport near there. Uber will be your best choice
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