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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Mount Donna Buang Skywalk, Cement Creek

The Mount Donna Buang Skywalk, 70 km east of Melbourne, at Cement Creek, 9km from Warburton at the junction of the Mount Donna Buang Road and the Acheron Way, is a 17m high, 40m long aerial walkway. It brings visitors into contact with giant 250-300 year old, 60m tall, mountain ash trees.

Also leading from the carpark is the staircase which descends to the Rainforest Walkway and myrtle beech forest. Some of the beech trees here could be up to 400 years old. Part of the walkway runs alongside the cascading waters of Cement Creek.

I visited this marvellous location on March 28, 2008, exploring the Skywalk and Walkway.

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1 comment:

  1. These photos are beautiful. Mount Donna Buang is just spectacular. Can't wait to go there again. I haven't gone on the sky walk yet, really looking forward to it! :) And yes, I'd much rather be out walking around the fresh air of the rainforest than sitting at home watching tv!