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Sunday, July 04, 2010

Nice winter colors in Sherbrooke Forest

On Saturday July 3, 2010, I ventured over to the Sherbrooke Forest, Dandenong Ranges National Park, 35 km east of central Melbourne.

It was a very cold and wet mid-winter day!

From thed Sherbrooke car park on Sherbrooke Rd, I followed the Sherbrooke Track, then Link Track, O'Donohou Track, and Hill Climb Track, reaching the Falls viewing platform.

My return was along Ridge Track and Sherbrooke Track, a total distance of about 4 km.

Many beautiful winter fungi had appeared, of all shapes, sizes and colors!

The tracks were very muddy, but that's expected!

The Sherbrooke Creek was flowing strongly, after recent heavy rains, and the Falls were good.

See all of the Photos of my trip, which include two historical images taken in year 1940.

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