Wenhams Camp camping area
Wenhams Camp is at the Glenrowan (southern) end of the park. From here, you can take a 4.5 km self-guided stroll along the Friends Track to learn about the local vegetation; detour down the side track to Kwat Kwat Lookout, where there’s a stupendous view of the Victorian Alps. The best vantage point, however, is afforded by Mt Glenrowan – courtesy of a 9 km return walk along Ridge Track from Taminick Gap. The campground is off Booth Rd, accessed from Gerrett Rd off Wangaratta Rd.
There are a number of pleasant bushwalks that start from this campground, and mobs of eastern grey kangaroos frequent the forest and grassy clearings nearby.
Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963
This campsite is located in Warby-Ovens National Park
The steep Warby Range, 12 km west of Wangaratta, has lots of energising bushwalking tracks and excellent ridge-top viewpoints. Visitors follow in the footsteps of Ned Kelly, who used the range as an open-air hideout at the end of the 19th century. Take Wangandary Rd west from Wangaratta; from the south, try Taminick Gap Rd heading towards Lake Mokoan.
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