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You Yangs Regional Park

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Xiem H wrote a review Apr 7
Point Cook, Australia382 contributions12 helpful votes
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We had a great get together with friends at the You Yangs. There are so many activities that can be taken part in, Such as mountain biking, bush walking, and little exploring of the mountains. We were at a place called the Big Rock picnic grounds. It was a beautiful spot to enjoy a meal together as well as some spectacular sunset views as in some of the pictures. The facilities here are electric BBQ, table and bench chairs , also a fire box, fully serviced toilets. It is very important that the entry gates to the park closes at 6:00pm or 18:00 hrs. You can leave the park at anytime you like. There is also information at the Rangers building for those who would like to know more about what you can do there. A very highly recommended place to visit and enjoy.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Mars wrote a review Feb 2021
Newcastle, Australia88 contributions8 helpful votes
I was looking for somewhere to hike on my way to Geelong and Flinders Peak walk popped up on google. Very busy and touristy but still a nice easy walk to do. I parked at the Big Rock parking area (idk why google led me here but Im glad it did) so I did end up walking around for a bit. It's really a great place to hang about and be in nature. There are plenty of walks around too. Lots of families, dogs around and picnic spots available.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Clivenme2002 wrote a review Jan 2021
Melbourne, Australia497 contributions73 helpful votes
Easy to get to, parking is ample but can get really hairy during the day. This place is just busy with hikers, cyclists, family picnics or just to enjoy the gorgeous views around and excellent if you want to be one with the nature. We went here with our little boy, Jack Russel Cross. We took the east to west track. It suggested a 2 hour hike but we did it in over 3 hrs, with lots of picture taking, resting hydrating and sometimes carrying our small boy over big boulders. This natural park is free admission but we really have to do our part too like picking after our dogs or taking the wrappers with you when you go home. There are NO bins anywhere in the track so be responsible and bring your rubbish when you go home. There are bins at the base where the parking is and toilet. A must to bring: Drinking water Power/snack bar Very comfy shoes as lots of boulders or jumping or climbing on tracks. Maybe towel because you will really perspire....a lot! Sun protection Insect spray If you are bringing your furry friend, water and poo bags are a must.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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MichaelJT19 wrote a review Nov 2020
Melbourne, Australia405 contributions200 helpful votes
Nice hike was completed on a very windy Sunday. The views are pretty nice (can see Melbourne from the top) and the level isnt too difficult. Good for a casual stroll
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Response from parksvic, Customer Service at You Yangs Regional Park
Responded Nov 19, 2020
Thanks for taking the time to review You Yangs Regional Park. We're glad you very able to get back into nature and enjoy a hike! Thanks again, Parks Victoria
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Samir T wrote a review Jul 2020
Point Cook, Australia30 contributions31 helpful votes
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We live only 35 km from this park and we were quite surprised how less this serene place is talked about that we didn't know about it. It is family friendly place with lot of walks in the bush surrounded by granite rocks. Kids loved climbing up the big granite rocks. The best part was climbing up the Flinders peak and enjoying beautiful views from the top. It was a good workout that we all loved. My 7 yr daughter could also happily climb 450 steps which has wide landing. The round trip was 1.5 has as we stopped for photos and views. We can't wait to go back. Being on height it can be bit cold and windy so always good ho have proper clothes and a beanie.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Response from parksvic, Customer Service at You Yangs Regional Park
Responded Jul 9, 2020
Thanks so much for sharing your experience at You Yangs Regional Park! We're so glad you discovered the park and enjoyed your visit. We look forward to having you return again soon! Thanks again, Parks Victoria
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