Date Of Walk: 03/11/2008
Length (km): 3.6 km
Time (hrs/mins): 1 hr
Grade: Easy / Moderate (not listed with any grading so this is my estimate based on my low fitness level and compared to other walks I’ve done)
Return / Circuit / One-Way / Partial Circuit: Circuit
Region: South-East Victoria
Park: Mornington Peninsula National Park
Closest Town: Main Ridge
Maximum Height: Unknown
Map: Highlighted extract from ParkWeb Park Note (Mornington Peninsula National Park – Greens Bush)
Getting There: Just look up Baldry’s Road in the Melways and refer to Parkweb Parknotes (above). Took us about 1.5 hrs from Reservoir via the Eastern Fwy.
Comments: Really nice short walk… It was raining up until about 5 minutes before we started but the track was very sandy so not slippery or anything. Starts alongside a creek (which was really nice) and meanders through various fern gullies, crossing some dry creek beds at various points. Didn’t see much in the way of wildlife except for a furry caterpillar (scientific name of course) and a few unidentified birds.