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Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Bradley's Lane Walking Track - Warrandyte State Park

The Bradley's Lane Walking Track is in the Warrandyte State Park, 25 km from the Melbourne CBD.

It starts at the Norman Reserve carpark/picnic area, at the end of Bradley's Lane, reached from the Warrandyte to Research Rd.

The track follows the northern bank of the Yarra, passing through bushland, and eventually reaching a large exposed rock formation and rapids.

On the other bank, immediately opposite, are the old orchards, now part of Parks Victoria, an area of the Park in which walkers are not permitted.

I explored this interesting track on February 2, 2009, a journey of about 3 km return.

Sede the full set of Photos of my trip!

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