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You Yangs Regional Park, Victoria

(4.8/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
You Yangs Regional Park is located in Victoria. With our world travel planner, Lara attractions like You Yangs Regional Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • My husband, 5 year old son and I did this walk. It took us 1.5 hours with a nice long break at the top. You could not do this with a pram as there are 450 granite steps on the way up but has really wo...  more »
  • This is a fun attraction / tour. It is an experience coming up very close to a kangaroo in the wild. We were very near one that had a Joey in her pocket. She watched us but didn't hop away. She allowe...  more »
  • It was absolutely amazing to see koalas in the wild. We saw Pat and Anzac, Clancy's parents. Anzac was eating and climbing which was such a treat to experience! However, the mosquitoes were out of con...  more »
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  • Around 1 hour drive from Melbourne CBD the You Yangs is a great National Park to visit for a day trip. With several trails of varying difficulties there's something for families with kids of all ages. My 7 year old happily did the climb to Flinders Peak - 1 hour (or more) return and was up for more afterwards. If you're not a helicopter parent there's plenty of boulders for them to climb on both at the picnic grounds and on the various trails. Most are fairly safe to play on without any sudden drops over the side. Plenty of BBQ's etc, but not a lot of carparks - we went on an overcast day and found it difficult to get a park in the area that leads to the summit - worth arriving early. There's also a nearby free wildlife sanctuary which we only found out about a few days later - it gets good reviews too.
  • I am asha ed to admot that last months visit was my very first to this majical location and have been living in Melbouurne since 1988. It is Majestic
  • Amazing scenery and great walks so close to Melbourne and Geelong. Can get pretty busy on weekends, don't expect a super peaceful visit.
  • One of my favourite places for mountain biking. Extensive trail network for beginners through to the advanced. Highly recommend..
  • Nice park. Plenty of different activities to do, good walking tracks to explore, covering all fitness levels and fun for the whole family.