The stunning Seven Acre Rock Walk, West Gippsland, is a large rocky outcrop that provides some of the most spectacular views of the Yarra State Forest, Bunyip State Park, and adjoining farmland.
On a clear day, it is possible to see Western Port Bay and Port Phillip Bay. The tranquil lookout provides an excellent location to listen to native birds while enjoying the beauty of the surrounding forest.
The stunning Seven Acre Rock Walk, West Gippsland walking track starts opposite the picnic area on Bunyip Road. The most direct and well signposted route is from Powelltown and is easily accessible from Noojee.
This is an easy gradual, gradient walk, rather than a steep one (there are some steps). It is truly a hidden gem of a walk & outlook. The vista at the lookout is marvelous. But be careful not to step too close to the edge of the cliff rock as there are no rails and the fall is steep. If you want to do a walk & avoid crowds of people you will probably find you are the only one there.
- Seven Acre Rock – 1.2km return – Easy, mostly flat with gentle hills, & with some steps.
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