Koetong Creek and Conic Rocks Grade 3 Walks - 4 hours

Koetong Creek and Conic Rocks Grade 3 Walks - 4 hours

From December 22, 2019 7:00 am until December 22, 2019 12:00 pm

At Mt. Lawson State Park, Victoria

Posted by Barbara Williams


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MEET at Bunnings Wodonga for Car Pooling 7am OR Trestle Bridge Picnic Area 8am

The first walk will be to the Conic Rocks lookout off Firebrace track - a return distance of only 1.5km but with stunning views of the park 

conic rocks3

Upon return to the cars we will then drive to the Koetong Creek camping area where we will walk to the Spa and return - about 5km

The Koetong Creek in Mt Lawson State Park is a magnificent walk in spring with a wonderful diversity of flora in full bloom. The walking is not difficult as its on a 4wd track with regular opportunities to drop down into the creek. A highlight is The Spa a very enticing pool if its hot.

Walking track down to The Spa on the Koetong Creek

The Spa on the Koetong Creek

Then if we have time we will walk around Mt.Lawson summit track. Good views in all directions.1km.1hr walk. Track is through the bush and rocky. 


Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bushwalking experience recommended. Track may have short steep hill sections, a rough surface and many steps.

What to Bring

Day Walking

  • Current Medical Information Form - LOGIN FIRST  and then it can be FOUND ON THE WEBSITE HERE 
  • Water - up to 2 litres recommended for a full day walk
  • Sunscreen
  • Gloves and hat
  • Sufficient food bearing in mind the distance and duration of the event 
  • Suitable clothing and footwear - note denim pants are uncomfortable
  • Wet weather waterproofs, jacket and pants
  • Walking poles
  • Gaiters
  • Basic first aid kit including your specific medication eg asthma applicator
  • Torch or headlamp for contingencies

We will meet at the Bunnings carpark in Wodonga at 7am and pool transport from there.

Here are photos of this walk in October 2015 here



and here are some pics from the walk in November 2014