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Organ Pipes National Park

Organ Pipes National Park

Just outside the city limits of Melbourne lies the Organ Pipes National Park. This picturesque national park is a beautiful setting that offers a range of activity options for visitors.

Apart from its diverse variety of flora and fauna, the park is known for its unique geological features that were formed by volcanic activity. Visitors of all ages are invited to check out this unique national park; with 300 acres of protected area suitable for a day tour, picnic or a leisurely stroll.

Organ Pipes National Park Camping, Fishing & Walking Map

Escape city life and explore the wildlife at this unique national park. Come and explore some of the giant fossils on the rocks and wander down the walking tracks that will ultimately lead you to the famous organ pipes. These sets of basalt columns offer unique geographical features and are called the “organ pipes” for obvious reasons.

The 121 hectares of parkland also offers cosy and scenic picnic grounds. Settle into the comforts of the well-maintained grounds and enjoy a bite to eat with family and friends. Bird lovers will be excited to know that the park offers excellent bird-watching spots throughout the park. Don’t forget to bring your camera, as you will come across great areas for bird observation and photography.

Choices of activities at this park include hiking, fishing, bird watching, picnicking, scenic walks and much more.

Bring your kids to witness the basalt columns at the Organ Pipes National park. Also, walk past the columns to see the Rosette Rock; a famous rock formation within the park.

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