Organ Pipes National Park

Organ Pipes National Park

KEILOR NORTH, Victoria

The Organ Pipes, a set of basalt columns formed by the cooling and cracking of molten lava, are the most well known feature of the park. Enjoy a picnic, a walk and the spring wattle blossom.

Organ Pipes National Park is open to vehicles daily from 8.30am to 4.30pm.

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Park stats

Size: 153 Ha (1.53 km2)
Authority: Parks Victoria
Distance from Melbourne: 25.9 km

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Park amenities, facilities, and things to do
  • Information centre

    Information centre
  • Walking track

    Walking track
  • Picnic ground

    Picnic ground
  • Toilets / Restrooms

    Toilets / Restrooms
  • Carpark

    Carpark
  • BBQ Area

    BBQ Area
  • Geological features

    Geological features
  • Viewing platform

    Viewing platform
  • Lookout

    Lookout
  • Information boards

    Information boards

Landmarks, and things to see

Rosette Rock

Rosette Rock

The Rosette Rock is a radial array of basalt columns that spiral outward like the spokes of a wheel.A very interesting geological feature within the park, located only 400 metres from the Organs Pipes rock formation....

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Visitor Centre

Visitor Centre

Inside the enclosed visitor centre, park visitors can learn about the park via a series of large information boards. The visitor centre is a great starting point for a visit to Organ Pipes National Park, and is located in the main carpark....

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