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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

A Hike along Neumann Track, Sherbrooke Forest

On October 7 2008 I visited the Sherbrooke Forest, in the Dandenong Ranges National park, 25 km east of the Melbourne CBD.

I did a 4 km (return) hike, starting at Grant's Picnic Ground, following Lyrebird Track and Neumann Track.

I explored Wallaby Paddock, the site of a farm of the 1940s - all that remains are the furrows in the cleared field.
One Kookaburra was watching me in the Paddock!

Back at Grant's, a cast of thousands had assembled - namely cockatoos, galahs, and parrots, a popular spot for their afternoon tea!

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