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  • East Warburton, Victoria

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    • East Warburton, Victoria

      Explore Warburton's Sequoia Forest

      These particular Californian Redwoods were planted in 1930 after the clearing of a eucalypt forest. The redwoods range from 20 to 55 meters high and is a popular location for photographers due to the leading lines the massive tree provide. Use a tripod and a wide angle lens to show the size of th...
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    • Taggerty, Victoria

      Backpack the Cathedral Ranges

      7.5 mi / 3018.4 ft gain
      This is a great hike to introduce yourself to scrambling - most of the first day is up on the ridge.I have indicated below where this can be turned into a day hike, which is what a majority of the people we met on the hike were doing. The first day took us around 5 hours (6 kms) and the second da...
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    • Taggerty, Victoria

      Hike the Cathedral Peak Loop

      5.3 mi / 1837.3 ft gain
      From Ned's Gully carpark, cross the road where you see a small suspension bridge to the campground, taking a left towards the trail once you're on the other side. Follow the trail until you reach a junction and follow the Cathedral Track (rather than the Little River Walk). The trail will quickly...
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    • Baw Baw Village, Victoria

      Backpack from Mt Baw Baw to Mushroom Rocks

      18.6 mi / 3933.7 ft gain
      Please note that the weather on this walk can change drastically, so be prepared for anything! The first day on our walk was +15 and sunny and we woke up to a blanket of snow and had to walk back in freezing temperatures. Please note that, depending on the year, you may need to buy a permit to dr...
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    • Devils River, Victoria

      Hike Blowhard Circuit

      13 mi / 1738.8 ft gain
      Starting off at the carpark, walk back the way you came about 500m until you reach Merlo's Lookout. Here, you can take in some great views of the lake before you start the summit.From the lookout, there is a trail that leads uphill directly behind you. The trail is well marked and ascends quickly...
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    • Port Melbourne, Victoria

      Photograph Princes Pier

      Princes Pier was originally completed in 1915 and served as a major arrival point for new migrants until the late 60's. Despite the pier being closed to the public in the 90's, it caught fire 14 times in the three years between 2001 and 2004. The first 196m of Princes Pier were restored in 2006, ...
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