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Sunday, February 11, 2007

Hiking the Full and Plenty Track - Kinglake NP

The Full and Plenty Track is in the heavily forested Mt. Slide Section of the Kinglake National Park, 65 km east of Melbourne.

This 4 km return trail follows the spur and ridge down to the Full and Plenty Creek, and is adjacent to the eastern perimeter of the Park.

There are interesting views across the park and neighbouring vineyards.

This Track is unusual, in that it dead-ends at the steep creek gully, with no link to the nearby Old Mt. Slide Rd!

The area is somewhat unique, having escaped the massive fires of 1962 which ravaged 3500 hectares of the Park.

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