Cathedral Range State Park

Location: Cathedral Range State Park

Arrival Time: 14:00 | Departure Time: 11:00

Discounts for school groups and means tested concession card holders will apply for campsite bookings from the 1/7/2014 onwards. If you are eligible for this discount please call 13 1963 to make your reservation.

The Cathedral Range is a spectacular 7 km ridge of sharply upturned sedimentary rock. A variety of walking tracks offer the opportunity to climb the peaks and enjoy views of the forests and farmland in the valley below.

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Featuring a spectacular 7 km rugged rocky ridge and rich natural and cultural heritage, the Cathedral Range is a special place. This 3577 ha park offers you a range of activities from relaxed camping by a clear mountain steam to an exciting climb to its high exposed peaks.

Each camp site holds a maximum of 6 people. For bookings of more than 6 people multiple sites must be booked.

Facilities

  • Bushwalking Trails
  • Native Bush
  • No Pets
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Cancellation Policy

30 days prior 50% cancellation fee.
Less than 30 days prior 100% cancellation fee.
No Transfers.

Map

Cathedral Range State Park

Cathedral Range State Park, Alexandra 3714

 
 

Directions

The park is about 100 km north east of Melbourne, east of Maroondah Highway between Taggerty and Buxton. The main approach along Cathedral Lane is signposted on the highway. Roads within the park are not suitable for coaches.

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Cooks Mill

A shady campground by the river, Cooks Mill is equipped with basic facilities including pit toilets, picnic tables, shelter and fireplaces. The fireplaces do not include a cooking plate so campers will need to bring their own. Please remember that firewood collection is prohibited in the park. Be self-sufficient with drinking water. Carry it in or know how to make untreated water safe for drinking.
Car based camping.
Sites are suitable for tent, campertrailer, campervan, small caravan and rec vehicle.

Individual sites are not reserved; please select your campsite(s) within the campground on arrival.


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Neds Gully Camping Area

A family frriendly campground by the river, Neds Gully is equipped with basic facilities including pit toilets, and fireplaces. The fireplaces do not include a cooking plate so campers will need to bring their own. Please remember that firewood collection is prohibited in the park. Be self-sufficient with drinking water. Carry it in or know how to make untreated water safe for drinking.
Campsites are located 50m from the car park. There is no vehicle access to the campground; access is via a foot bridge and all equipment must be carried in.

Sites are suitable for TENTS ONLY.

Individual sites are not reserved; please select your campsite(s) within the campground on arrival.

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The Farmyard

Nestled between the North and South Jawbones, the Farmyard is a hike-in camping area for those wishing to hike and camp along the range. There are no toilet or other facilites. Campfires are prohibited so hikers need to bring their own campstove. Drinking water should be carried in as the supply from Jawbones Creek (approx. 100m east of the camping area) is unreliable. Hikers using Jawbones Creek should know how to make untreated water safe for drinking.

Individual sites are not reserved; please select your campsite(s) within the camping area on arrival.

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Max # of Persons: 1

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