McMillans Track Guide Book

Angus McMillan (1810-1865) was born in Scotland, and migrated to Australia in 1838. He pioneered much of what we now call Gippsland, and his memoirs show that, like many migrants, he had a great love for his adopted country.

In 1988 a 210km long distance walking track was created in honour of McMillan’s adventures. This great walk leads from the junction of the Great Alpine Road, and the Victoria River Track, eastwards to the small community of Woods Point.

Up-to-date details can be found in the excellent guide book McMillans Walking Track, produced by expert guide book authors John and Monica Chapman, and the Ben Cruachan Walking Club in November.

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