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Sunday, January 04, 2009

Seven Acre Rock - Yarra State Forest

Seven Acre Rock is a large rocky outcrop, 600 m altitude, which provides superb views of the Yarra State Forest, the Bunyip River Valley, and the Bunyip State Park.

It is located in the Yarra State Forest, deep in the logging area south of the town of Powelltown, about 80 km east of Melbourne.

The walking track to the Rock is a 2 km return route, starting at the Rock car park/picnic ground on the Learmonth Creek Rd, reached from the Yarra Junction-Noojee Rd, about 1 km west of Powelltown.

The Rock itself is granite.

See the full set of Photos, taken on January 3, 2009, showing the Track, other walkers, the big panoramas, the Forest, the Rocks, and some views across the logged areas on Leamonth Creek Rd.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous7:10 PM

    Superb views from your superb photos Bob, I always like your photos and articles, please keep them coming!
    Thanks for sharing and best regards!
    Michael Stevenson