Girl friend and I just came down today after camping at the old hut site (just remember this is a ruin, burnt in 2003, no water and literally the only spot to camp on the track,) on day 4 of our Harrietville-Bungolow-Razorback-Bon'Accord trip. Track is great until you get to Washington Creek and the old bridge, at which point the track disappears completely
. The bridge now stands high and dry with the creek running beyond where the steps finish. Track markers on the trees lead you on a goose chase back into the creek. You may have better luck walking up from Harrietville, but caution is advised if you're coming down, your mileage may vary... The floods have ruined the place and altered the water course a significant amount. Spent just under 3 hours or so hacking down the creek wet boots and all until we got the 4x4 trail and some lovely fisherman.
There's what looks to be a pig/wildlife track in and out of the creek that we began to follow that had a few foot prints in it, so we weren't the first to fall into this trap.
If you know the track you may have better luck, but I'd stay clear of it. Not the way we'd hoped to finish an otherwise stunning trip, but it as always was an adventure.