A communications facility is sited on Mt Victoria, 1162 m altitude. 3 km north of Warburton.
The towers broadcast TV and FM transmissions into the Warburton district, as well as mobile, DSE, CFA, amateur radio
repeaters and other services.
The towers can be seen from many parts of the Yarra Valley.
The access road, 3 km each way, starts at the Mt Donna Buang Rd near the 10 Mile Turntable, and is
also available for walkers. It is snow-covered in winter, and follows the ridge line.
The area was extensively logged and by the mid-1920s, most of the trees had been cut down. Early photos of the region
show vast tracts of Mts Donna Buang and Victoria almost entirely denuded of timber.
A network of timber tramways and winches hauled the logs down the mountain to mills at the bottom.
Tha main tramway from Mt Victoria passed features known as "The Pimp", "The Knob", and "The Bump", ending at Robinson's
No 1 Mill which operated from 1907 to 1922. This Mill was sited near the Yarra River, not far from the turnoff
to Big Pat's Creek Rd.
This tramway crossed the O'Shannassy Aqueduct and a bridge still exists next to the Aqueduct Trail.