A shortish walk through dry scrubby bush, often with a beautiful array of wild flowers to the junction of the Werribee River and Myriniong Creek. Track is quite rough in parts.
* Note: See this updated advice (May 2020) from the Victoria Government regarding recreational walking at popular sites such as the Werribee Gorge State Park in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Please note, the route of this walk may not follow the track exactly (but is reasonably accurate). But don't worry, once you get on the walk the track is well formed and has occasional sign posts.
The start of the walk is not clearly marked, it starts just past the toilets. There is a water tap there but it is not for drinking.
The track gets a little rough and rocky in parts but doesn't stay that way for too long.
Walk though the small top car park and onto the road, go through the small gate after about 10 metres.
Take the path to Centenary Track, not the Circuit walk (which is a much longer walk).
Depending on the time of year, you will see many wild flowers.
Lots of views through the trees to the bald hills of neighbouring farms.
Somewhere around here you will come to this newly constructed little bridge that helps protect the land from erosion.
Look out for some of the distinctly beautiful vegetation.
These steps mark the small descent down to the river.
This wonderful pool is the junction of the Myrniong Creek (when flowing) and Werribee River.
A beautiful and tranquil spot for a picnic. Although in heavy rain, the river can become a bit of a torrent as the logs up on the rick ledge attest- they had to get there somehow!