This walk is north east of Licola, starting from Horseyard Flat, just off Moroka Road. From Horseyard Flat, follow the Moroka River downstream to a footbridge across the river. The foot track crosses an old 4WD track and continues down the west bank, crossing wetlands on a boardwalk and crossing Morgans Gully.
Watch for cushions of sphagnum moss and colourful wildflower displays in spring and summer. The track then follows the river downstream to the first waterfall. A rock platform provides an ideal viewing point to enjoy the rushing Moroka River plunging into a deep pool. Retrace your steps to Horseyard Flat.
There is no formal track beyond this point and the route is unmarked, steep and rocky. Progress to reach the main gorge at Lummican Gully is slow (allow 8-10 hours return), following the river downstream brings you to three spectacular waterfalls and the narrow gorge proper (dry weather only). This involves some rock hopping and should not be attempted when the river is high. Be alert for high river levels and fast flowing water which can make the Gorge hazardous.
Please contact Parks Victoria for more information on maps and directions. Further information from a local office should be sought before embarking on any of the walks. Visit http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/alpine-national-park/things-to-do/walking-and-hiking Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 13 1963
Be alert for high river levels and fast flowing water which can make the Gorge hazardous.The best walking period lasts from early November until late March.
The scenic walks take in a range of landscapes.
There are three waterfalls along the track.