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Saturday, February 25, 2017

Churchill Park Drive

Summer flowers on Powerline Track


A 2 km hike on Feb 24, 2017. This started at the small car park at the gated entrance to the Arthur G. Robinson bushland reserve, opposite Churchill Park, then along the powerline maintenance track to Power Rd, then continuing to the northern end of Clifford Park Drive. This roadway can no longer be accessed from this point, being blocked by a recently constructed high cyclone wire fence. However, Clifford Park Drive can be reached from its open southern end, which starts at Lansdowne Rd, off Baden Powell Drive or Power Rd.

The Robinson Reserve is next to the Churchill Park Golf Club and a partly overgrown sign (c.1966) indicates that the area is part of the Girl Guides scouting organization. 
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Signage for Robinson Reserve

Powerline Track

Junction of Power Rd and Churchill Park Drive

Big sign next to Power  Rd

Northern end of Clifford Park Drive (seen through the fence!)

Northern end of Clifford Park Drive (seen through the fence!)

Northern end of Clifford Park Drive (seen through the fence!)

Powerline Track

Powerline Track

Powerline Track

Powerline Track

Powerline Track

Robinson Track

Car park next to start of Robinson Track

Car park next to start of Robinson Track

Deteriorating bitumen in carpark (1966)

Walking route


1 comment:

  1. Howdy Bob, quite an interesting place here on an overcast day, love those pink wild flowers! Thanks for sharing and best regards! Michael

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