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Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Lyrebird Walk in the Sherbrooke Forest

On Monday June 8 2009 I ventured out in the cold and rain to the Sherbrooke Forest, 30 km east of the Melbourne CBD.

From a starting point at Cooke's Corner, on Grantulla Rd, I went along the Lyrebird Walk, through splendid forest and fern gullies, reaching Grant's Picnic Ground.

From there, I continued along the foot-track next to Grantulla Rd, arriving back at Cooke's Corner, a total distance of about 3 km.

Sadly, no lyrebirds were seen!

This track is steep in sections, with a change in altitude from 420 m at Cook's Corner, to 350 m at the creek.

Care is needed in wet weather.

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