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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Tomahawk Creek Walking Track, Kurth Kiln Regional Park

Tomahawk Creek Walking Track, 4 km circuit, is in the Kurth Kiln State Park, 65 km east of Melbourne.

Starting at the Kurth Kiln Picnic Ground, it passes through lush green fern gullies, tall forest, and along the banks of the Tomahawk Creek.

There are many unusual large rock formations, a bridge, and an interesting Gorge and waterfalls.

The historical Kiln, outbuildings and large dam are nearby.

Another circuit trail starts at the Picnic Ground, known as the Thornton Track.

My visit was on Monday afternoon July 12, 2010.

See my Photo Album which shows the scenery, bridge, the Track, Information Board, the creek, the gorge, winter wildflowers, beautiful fungi, and the waterfalls.

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