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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

A hike in scenic Norman's Reserve - Warrandyte State Park

Norman's Reserve is a large area of remnant bushland adjacent to the Yarra River, Warrandyte State Park, 20 km east of the Melbourne CBD.

A car park and picnic area are located at the end of Bradley's Lane, from which the main walking track starts.

Bradley's Lane is reacheds just over the Warrandyte Bridge, off the main road to Research.

The Track passes the Pound Bend Tunnel and continues through grassy and forested bushland for about 2 km, reaching the rapids. The track ends at this point.

There are nice views of the Yarra - immediately opposite are the open paddocks of the old Orchard.

Great Cormorants were having a good time on the river!

My visit was on Tuesday afternoon September 22, 2009

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