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Friday, August 01, 2008

Huggin's Lookout - Bright

Huggin's Lookout, altitude 487 m, overlooks the town of Bright, 335 km NE of Melbourne.

It is reached from the town centre along Baker's Gully Rd, then McFadyer's Rd, and along unsealed Huggin's Rd, a forest management road passing through plantations and crown land, starting near the town centre, or by a walking-track which starts near the Stadium. Huggin's Rd continues down the valley, ultimately reaching the town.

The views from the Lookout are superb, looking across Bright and the surrounding hills.

I drove up to this Lookout on July 28, 2008, with friend Mick, with whom I was staying for a few days in Bright at his new country home.

On July 29, 2008, I did a 3 km hike up an interesting foot-track near the Lookout, through bushland, with nice views across Bright to the hills beyond, passing a mob of kangaroos which were grazing in a nearby paddock!

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