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Thursday, September 24, 2009

John's Hill Lookout - Kallista South

John's Hill Reserve is on a ridge extending to the south-east from the main Dandenong Ranges massif in the Kallista district, 45 km east of Melbourne.

The lookout and picnic table area on the summit offers magnificent panoramic views to the distant Yarra Ranges National Park, the Kinglake National Park, Mt St. Leonard, the Dandenong Ranges National Park, the Cardinia Reservoir, nearby farmlands, Port Phillip Bay and Westernport Bay.

A Trig Point is located at the summit, and an information board provides useful information about the history of the region.

The Trig Point is at an altitude of 410 m.

I visited John's Hill on Wednesday September 23, 2009, a very windy day!

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