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Cathedral Range State Park, Taggerty

(4.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • We visited and came across some lovely natural Australian bushland. Once at the saddle the vista of Rock formation is spectacular. Camping spots with toilets available. Great walking tracks.  more »
  • This is one of the best day walks around Melbourne but note that the track up to and across from sugarloaf peak are which challenging - only for fitter/experiences walkers, however there are other opt...  more »
  • I've been camping here for over 30 years and not much has changed. Parks Vic (or whatever their name is these days) do a great job of servicing the park by doing tree checks, grading the roads, vegeta...  more »
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  • Beautiful part of Victoria. So much to do here. And all in unique Australian bush! One of my favourite places for a short hike or few nights camping not far out of Melbourne!
  • My go to place to climb and hike. Helps it so close to home but even so ive happily camped there with a range of campsite and good camping facilities. Bit of a secret spot with not to many people realising how close to Melbourne it is and just how amazing and accessible the tracks are. You can easily hike to the top and back in a day.
  • There is so much do to at the Cathedral Ranges. I have been visiting the area for 40 years and while things have changed in terms of camping, fires been through a couple of times, huts that were there once are now long gone, the range itself is pretty much as it was back then. From day hikes, rock climbing, to over night hikes it is a brilliant place to spend a day a weekend or a week!
  • I have visited several times lately.. amazing place to explore. Some really challenging walks rewarded with spectacular views.
  • It is hard, it is a lot of asking, it is even dangerous at some locations, but if you can overcome all these, the reward is absolutely worth it! Gear up, coz you might be stuck by the stunning views and forget the time passing...