Brisbane Road (Warburton)

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Distance: 400 metre
Average Gradient: 13.2%
Elevation gain: 63 metres
Traffic:Light traffic
Terrain: Residential
Category: 4

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Brisbane Hill Road is a short, sharp & brutal climb up the lower slopes of Mount Donna Buang.  Although a dead end road it is certainly worth testing yourself out on.

Brisbane Hill Road climb

The climb starts at the intersection of Brisbane Hill Road & Dammans Road.

Keep an eye out for traffic on this road due to the fact that its quite narrow.  This is a challenging climb with pinches hitting close to 20% in parts.

End of the road

This climb will be introduced to a world of new riders as it is featured in the 2015 Melbourne Dirty Dozen.  The great thing about an event like this is it opens riders eyes open to a great network of climbs that they didn’t know existed, & really encourages people to get out their comfort zone & try new climbs.  Warburton already has a reputation as being one of Victoria’s most popular country towns to ride around, which with bike events such as the Dirty Dozen, Ole Dirty & Vertical K will continue to attract more & more riders to this amazing area.


Brisbane Hill Road (Warburton)
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3 thoughts on “Brisbane Road (Warburton)

    Touring « The Dandenong Ranges said:
    September 3, 2015 at 9:26 pm

    […] Brisbane Hill Road                            Warburton                             400 metre            13                              4 […]

    The Yarra Valley « The Dandenong Ranges said:
    September 15, 2015 at 8:23 am

    […] Brisbane Hill Road                                                Warburton                             400 metres                 13                              4 […]

    Preview of the 2016 Dirty Dozen « dandenongranges said:
    September 1, 2016 at 2:05 am

    […] Brisbane Hill Road; 500m @ 14% (sealed) […]

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