Mount Noorat Walk

Mount Noorat Walk

Alan Marshall Discovery Trail. One of Australia’s best preserved dry craters offering commanding views of surrounding peaks on the volcanic plain.

Alan Marshall Discovery Trail

The Alan Marshall trail begins on Morack Street just off Glenormiston Road. Visitors enter through a gate to access the track.

  • Length500m to crater view (1km return) on a formed crushed blue stone pathway. The trail continues on a further 500m on a less formed pathway (steep) to the 310m summit of Mount Noorat. Total walk length from the access gate to the peak and return is 2km. 
  • Time: 25 – 30 minutes return to the crater rim or 40 minutes – 1hour return to summit.

Access Information

The formed trail to the crater lookout has a gradient that would make it difficult to access in prams, wheelchairs and for those with limited mobility.

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