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Cora Lynn Falls worth seeing. Gentle walk to cascading waterfall. Lots of debris and trees down... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2018
Anne C
Misleading sign but good walk

We didn't do the walk as a circuit; instead we went to the Big Tree, then drove to Cambarville... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2018
Janine R
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Marysville - Woods Point Road | Cambarville picnic area car park, Marysville, Victoria 3779, Australia
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Reviewed 17 May 2018

Cora Lynn Falls worth seeing. Gentle walk to cascading waterfall. Lots of debris and trees down after recent violent winds but passable. Nothing worthwhile at Cambarville historic walk. Fires obviously destroyed most. Few history boards. Couldn't view the Cumberland falls due to tree growth.

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Reviewed 2 March 2018

We didn't do the walk as a circuit; instead we went to the Big Tree, then drove to Cambarville, then back again to the Cumberland and Cora Lynn falls. Cambarville was fascinating- what a dreadful place to live!- and the Cora Lynn falls were enchanting....More

Thank Janine R
Reviewed 21 February 2018

Peace and tranquility in nature - what more can you ask for. Waterfalls - yes there is another one on the walk.

Thank Fitzy0911
Reviewed 29 December 2017

We started at the carpark for the Big Tree. The Big Tree walk is closed! So we crossed the road to start the Cumberland walk part that was accessible. Heaps of fallen trees blocking the track and a fair amount of scrambling involved. Not a...More

Thank MargarethaCM
Reviewed 14 November 2017

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...More

2  Thank UrbanDrifter
Reviewed 4 November 2017

This is a fairly easy, circular walk of around 4 Km. The best place to start is at the car park for the Cambarville township. There are toilets and a picnic area there as well. Cambarville itself is worth a short detour. Unfortunately it was...More

1  Thank pan_viator
Reviewed 13 October 2016

If you are in the Marysville area, then this is a must do, located only an hours drive from Marysville on the Marysville-Woods Point Road. The Cumberland Walk is a loop walk through a rainforest gully taking around 2 hours to complete. It usually starts...More

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