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Hiking in Australia

Day Hike / Bushwalk

The You Yangs – Variety & Fun

Standard, February 14, 2017, samlcook, 0 Views 0 Comments
Flinders Peak

How great was the weather yesterday? Beautiful blue skies and sunshine, but without that intense heat we’ve had lately, made for perfect hiking weather. The past week I’ve been up to the You Yangs a few times – a mixture of school starting, a new job that I don’t start until tomorrow, and an old […]

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Bushwalking Group Walks Multi-Day Hike / Bushwalk

Wilsons Promontory – secluded beaches, beautiful views, and great hiking

Standard, October 5, 2016, samlcook, 0 Views 2 Comments
hiking shoes

What do removing your pants in public, squishy squelchy mud, and leeches all have in common? They all helped make our weekend hiking trip in Wilsons Promontory National Park a fun and memorable one! Full of energy and excitement, our group met at Tidal River, and headed off in the bus to Telegraph Saddle carpark. […]

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Day Hike / Bushwalk

Lower & Upper Kalimna Falls

Standard, July 27, 2016, samlcook, 0 Views 1 Comment
otways hiking

About a month ago, while trawling the Internet, I come across a hike in the Otway’s to a couple of spots Lower and Upper Kalimna Falls. I set out to find them. To reach Lower and Upper Kalimna Falls, you need to park at Sheoak Falls picnic area. For some reason, Google maps (and I) […]

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Day Hike / Bushwalk

I Heart Otway’s (again)

Standard, April 3, 2016, samlcook, 0 Views 1 Comment
great ocean road hiking

This morning saw me up and out early, and back to the Otway’s (for the 3rd Sunday in a row…). Last week, as we were leaving, we saw a sign… …and I’ve been thinking about it all week! So…I just HAD to check it out. I parked at Distillery Creek picnic ground (just inland from […]

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