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Yarra Ranges National Park is in the Yarra Valley of Victoria.




Flora and fauna[edit]


Get in[edit]

Use B380 northeast from Melbourne and then use C511. The route takes about 40 minutes to 1 hour due to the winding road.

Fees and permits[edit]

Get around[edit]

Map of Yarra Ranges National Park


  • 1 Mount Donna Buang. Features a 21-metre lookout tower on a mountain that is already 1245 metres in elevation. From this lookout, it is possible to see the Dandenong and the Cathedral Ranges, two ranges that form part of the Great Dividing Range, and not to forget the Yarra Valley, the area this park is situated on. Mount Donna Buang (Q6920465) on Wikidata Mount Donna Buang on Wikipedia
  • 2 Rainforest Gallery, Acheron Way, Warburton. Perhaps the most ideal spot to see the rainforest in its finest form without having to go too far into the bush.


Buy, eat, drink or sleep[edit]

There are no facilities in the park, and the nearest places to buy, eat, drink or sleep can be found in several towns of the Yarra Valley.

Stay safe[edit]

Go next[edit]

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