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“the loop”(3 reviews)
“bitumen road”(2 reviews)
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Quorn, South Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had a really nice walk. We went anti clockwise so did the steep uphill first then enjoyed the beautiful gorge on the way down. Worth it even to go up and back down the gorge side of the loop.

Thank Heather D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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

Thank Crystalline4u
Reviewed 7 May 2018

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

1  Thank Wieslawa0451
Reviewed 5 January 2018

We enjoyed this walk very much. Best to do it anti clockwise so you get the climbing part out of the way first. Make sure you take plenty of water and wear the correct walking clothing.

2  Thank Dizy58
Reviewed 6 October 2017

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

Thank mumoffour2017
Reviewed 5 October 2017

Firstly, you need a pass which you buy at the entrance to the Gorge. And a brochure with map from the helpful visitors centre at Quorn Pichi Richi station is very useful. I hiked the loop track in a leisurely 4-5 hours, including "Smoke oh"...More

1  Thank TrekkerMike09
Reviewed 23 September 2017

It is a picturesque drive not far north of Quorn. It is a park so if you are going to have a barbecue lunch please take your own wood! There are plenty of fireplaces already there. All you have to do is put your signature...More

Thank G228LIgrahamb
Reviewed 17 September 2017

Warren Gorge is roughly 20kms from Quorn, along a bitumen road but be sure to have your eyes peeled to catch the turn off - we kind of kept on going almost reaching Buckeringa Gorge before we realized we had gone too far! The drive...More

3  Thank Charmaine M
Reviewed 1 August 2017

Good area to explore native flora and fauna. We hike all the way up looking for native orchids and found lots ready to bloom. Please remember to pay your permit. I was horrified to see hw many cars passed by without paying including a mercedez...More

1  Thank Hikingboots2015
Reviewed 4 July 2017

This is an absolutely stunning place.Absolutely beautiful. Driving through the amazing scenery is lovely.

Thank hbrisbane
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