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Mount Napier is Australia's youngest volcano, there are many eruption and lava flow features and remnants from the last stages of volcanic activity believed to have occurred less than 8,000 years ago.
The Climb to the summit of Mount Napier is quite a vigorous ascent a return trip will take approximately one hour. There is a rest set about half way up Mount Napier with spectacular view of the State Parks Rainforest at the Base of Mount Napier. If you make your way to the summit of Mount Napier as quietly as you can, you will more than likely get close up and personal with the some of our Australian native wildlife.
At the summit you will be viewing some of the most spectacular scenery in the Southern Grampians. The bare volcanic landscape on the summit of Mount Napier allows unobstructed views of the entire district.