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Werribee Gorge: Top 5

Standard, January 26, 2016, samlcook, 0 Views 0 Comments
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What do normal people do on a public holiday? I don’t think it’s get up at 5am and start working…but that’s exactly what I did! Why? So I could get some things done then head off nice and early to Werribee Gorge. I’ve written about this piece of hikers paradise before (and it even features […]

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Werribee Gorge – New Fave

Standard, April 18, 2015, samlcook, 0 Views 0 Comments
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Last time I was here it was seriously hot. I struggled in the heat. After my last effort, I was disappointed. I felt that I hadn’t fully appreciated the rugged magnificence of this truly special place. I had a score to settle. A last minute decision saw me there again today. And this time it […]

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Werribee Gorge – Hot, hot, hot

Standard, December 29, 2014, samcook76, 0 Views 1 Comment
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Werribee Gorge really is a special place – rugged, open, and with amazing scenery.  Located just outside Bacchus Marsh, it’s easy to get to (by car) from Melbourne and Geelong.  If you’re after hiking in Victoria mixed with a bit of adventure then this is your place. OK, so it needs to be said upfront that […]

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My week in summary

Standard, November 30, 2014, samcook76, 0 Views 0 Comments
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Flinders Peak; twice. You Yangs Recently Ive been struggling a bit with hills…so to make them suck less I’m doing more of them! Depends on what you use as your guide, Flinders Peak is somewhere between 400 and 450 granite steps, plus track. It’s also meant to take an hour return – and even on […]

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