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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Ferguson's Paddock Reserve - Hurstbridge

Ferguson's Paddock is a large reserve in the outer suburban settlement of Hurstbridge, 30 km NE of Melbourne.

It offers open spaces, bushland, wetlands, bridges, picnic area, barbecue, rosellas, kookaburras, and a good shared walking/cycling track.

The track forms part of the Peter Brock Trail, which continues to the settlement of Diamond Creek.

The Diamond Creek flows through the Reserve.

I visited the Reserve on September 25, 2007.

A scenic route to Hurstbridge is via Warrandyte, along the Warrandyte-Kangaroo Ground Rd, then through Wattle Glen. There are excellent views of the Upper Yarra Valley from this road.

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