There are several hiking trails that extend out from Four Brothers Rocks which can be linked together in many different ways. Most start from Four Brothers Rocks Car Park, including this one.
From the Four Brothers Rocks Car Park at the end of Burgess Road, we will first head down Rankins Track, the right onto Pines Track, right again onto Helmet Track, and right again onto Burgess Road leading to Four Brothers Rocks, and back to the car park.[adinserter name=”Bunyip State Park Maps”]
This is a long 13km hiking trail along fire roads and horse trails. It will take about 3-4 hours to complete. It is mainly sandy during the dry months and can turn to clay during wet months. It is recommended that you take hiking poles with you, since the first section is a very steep and rather long downhill stretch.
Four Brothers Rocks:
Visit this spectacular formation of huge granite tors. Walk right around the base and see how big they actually are. The view from Four Brothers Rocks provides a spectacular backdrop of the Black Snake Creek Valley, Blue Range, and the surrounding area of the park.
- Starting Point: Four Brothers Car Park at the end of Burgess Road.
- Hiking Trail Difficulty: Grade 4
- Distance: 13km
- Trail Type: Loop Hike
- Elevation Gain: 485m
- Elevation Loss: 485m
- Minimum Elevation: 170m
- Maximum Elevation: 430m
- Time to Complete: 3-4 hours
- Ending Point: Four Brothers Car Park at the end of Burgess Road.
Detailed Hiking Trail Guide:
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Last modified: October 4, 2017