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Thursday, January 01, 2009

Black Flat Hike - Warrandyte State Park

The Black Flat Walking Track is in the Warrandyte State Park, 20 km east of the Melbourne CBD, and links the Jumping Creek and Black Flat Reserves.

It is about 4 km (return) and winds it way alongside the Yarra River gorge.

There are some steep and rocky sections on the cliff top, with great views of the Yarra.

New footbridges have been constructed over Jumping Creek, and side tracks lead down to the river bank.

I walked this track on December 31, 2008, starting at the Jumping Creek Reserve

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