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Sunday, January 18, 2009

Spectacukar views from Cannibal Creek Track, Bunyip State Park

Cannibal Creek Track is in the extreme SW section of the Bunyip State Park, 60 km east of Melbourne, and links the Tynong North Rd with Sand Pit Ridge Track.

I walked this scenic track on January 21, 2009, starting at the Cannibal Creek horse unloading car park, near Camp Rd. There was an increase in altitude from 194 m to 280 m - the final section was very steep and rough.

There were spectacular panoramas east across the various mountains in the Park.

The track passed through bushland, about 4 km return, and crossed Cannibal Creek near the start, but this was dry, due to the drought.

The track is popular with horseriders.

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