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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Hackett Track to the Sherbrooke Falls

The Falls

The Falls

Hackett Track
On Monday May 10 2010 I went over to the Sherbrooke Forest, 35 km east of Melbourne town.

From the small car park at the junction of the Mt Dandenong Tourist Rd and Sherbrooke Rd, I followed Hackett Track to the Sherbrooke Falls, returning the same way.

This was about 4 km in total.

This is the "long path" to the Falls, which passes through fern gullies and tall forest.

See all of the Photos of my visit, which include some archival images showing the Forest and Falls in the year 1940.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous9:12 PM

    Well hi there Bob, so glad to have found your blog. I love bushwalking and you are an inspiration. I have been planning a trip to do the "Beechy Rail Trail" can't find anyone to go with and so now decided to go it alone. Wow, it is good to see others who just get out there. If I wait for everyone else it will never happen. So will let you know how I go.
    From Justgannadoit, Maffra Vic