Duration: 2 hours
Grade: medium, short steep hills, formed track, some obstacles
Start: Cambarville picnic area car park
Finish: Cambarville picnic area car park
Nearby: Marysville, Warburton
Note: Bicycles, motorbikes, horses and pets not permitted.
Walk among the tallest flowering trees in the world in Yarra Ranges National Park. This breathtaking walk passes through rare mature-aged mountain ash to the majestic, 85-metre Big Tree, which has been towering above the forest floor for some 400 years.
Find the Cora Lynn and Cumberland waterfalls in a rainforest gully and take in sweeping views of the Cumberland Valley from Sovereign View.
Start this circuit walk at the Cambarville car park, just off the Marysville-Woods Point Road. Pass beneath the Big Tree and the Sitka Spruce to reach the Marysville-Woods Point Road. Cross over the road and continue along the trail to Cora Lynn Falls then to Cumberland Falls. Follow the trail to nearby Sovereign View, cross the road and finish back at the car park.
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