Bundoora Park - Mt. Cooper
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Mt. Cooper

The scenic drive to the top of Mount Cooper offers an amazing view of Melbourne’s skyline from one of the highest points in the Melbourne Metropolitan area - 137 metres above sea level.

The small hill is a volcanic vent dating to the Miocene period. The volcano first erupted 9.2 million years ago.

For a map of how to get to the Mt Cooper Scenic Drive please view the Bundoora Park Map.
 
A view of the Melbourne CBD from Mt Cooper
 


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Date Printed: 5/07/2020
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