Bring your lunch and enjoy the Alpine scene from the comfort of a table at The Horn Picnic Area. The picnic area isn't actually at the top of The Horn. You can access the summit via a short walk (45 minutes return).
This is also a popular place to watch a sunset. If you're lucky you might see little Australian Kestrels diving on Bogong Moths in the failing light. Otherwise, just enjoy the solitude of this mountain peak far above the worries of civilisation.
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Change of Conditions
Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.
Mount Buffalo National Park
Mount Buffalo National Park Reopening up to Cathedral SaddleAccess into the park will be through to the Cathedral Saddle car park but all visitor facilities and most tracks north of there are open and accessible. There a few areas in the north that will have restricted access until we can undertake further assessments and rehabilitation works – please refer to the attached map. These areas are:• Reservoir Road• Rocky Creek Track• Mt McLeod Track• Macs Point Track from near the Leviathan• Long Plain Track to Mt Dunn and surrounds
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