Category Archives: Cathedral ranges

Cathedral Ranges; Ned’s Gully

Ned’s Gully is situated in the Cathedral Ranges state forest.  It shares the location with several camp sites I have previously talked about including Cook’s Mill, Farmyard. It is roughly 3km from the beginning of the walk from Cook’s Mill up to North Jawbone Peak, a walk I have previously discussed. The best way to get to Ned’s Gully is via the Maroondah highway out of Melbourne,  heading toward Buxton there is a turn-off clearly marked. Please use this link … Continue reading

Google Earth Map; North Jawbone Walk

You can find below, a copy in KML file of the North jawbone walk, you should be able to download it and import into google earth. However in addition to this I have tried to put together an online viewer, which will let you get a rough idea without having to download anything. For my write up on the hike itself,  see here

Cathedral Ranges, North Jawbone Peak

North Jawbone peak in the Cathedral ranges is a very pretty hike.  The walk from Jawbone carpark to the North peak is relatively short, but rewarding in terms of the view (see pictures below).  I actually have a copious amount of photos of Jawbone, Sugarloaf and cathedral peaks, but I  dont have them on this computer so I will have to create a gallery later. The Cathedral ranges can be found about an Hour and a Half out of Melbourne, … Continue reading