Warby Range State Park
Warby Range, Australia
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Warby Range State Park is a Victorian state park just north of Glenrowan. It is 14.6 square kilometres (3,610 acre) in area, and named after Ben Warby, a pastoralist who settled in the area in 1844.
The 400 m rocky escarpments are believed to have been used by the Kelly gang as a lookout.
There is one camping ground, "Whenams".
In 2002, the park was expanded to include the state forest of Killawarra as part of a program of protecting Box-Ironbark forests.
Coordinates: 36°19′47″S 146°11′17″E / 36.32972°S 146.18806°E / -36.32972; 146.18806
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