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Organ Pipes National Park

Rock formation resembling a wall of long pipes that gives location its name of organ pipes
  • 980 Calder Freeway Keilor North, 3036
  • Wurundjeri Country
  • Open to vehicles daily from 8.30am to 4.30pm

Organ Pipes National Park is part of an Aboriginal cultural landscape in the traditional Country of the Wurundjeri People.

The park is located at the eastern-most edge of one of the world’s largest ancient volcanic lava flows, stretching 350 kilometres from the edge of Melbourne to the western border of Victoria.

Please note, the initial walk from the carpark is down a short but very steep hill. Whilst the bitumen path is smooth it is steep and may not be suitable for some people (see the image on Walk and Picnic at Organ Pipes National Park to get a better idea). This is the only way to access the park and leads to the iconic Organ Pipes, Rosette Rock which resembles the spokes of a giant wheel, and the Tessellated Pavement which is a mosaic-like basalt outcrop.

Further Information: Organ Pipes National Park at Parks Victoria.

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Brimbank City Council respectfully acknowledges and recognises Wurundjeri and Bunurong Peoples as the Traditional Custodian of this land and pays respect to their Elders, past , present and future.

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