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march-fixer: Track 2265 in area near Australia, Victoria ()
Wilsons Promontory - Costal Walk
Length: 11.6km, Creator time taken: 3h27m, Ascent: 345m,
Descent: 336m

Places: Start at Lon 146.319, Lat -39.0286, end at Lon 146.317, Lat -39.0301 240m SW from Start
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Left the camp-site and headed for the bridge over Tidal River. The water here is dark brown like strong tea from the abundance of tannin in the water. Headed SW and up the track leading to the wonderful rocky lookout at Pillar Point.

Retraced our tracks to the track junction and veered SW and then north to the aptly named Squeaky Beach. Due to the amount of silica in the sand it actually squeaks when you drag your foot along the beach. Continued to the end of this fabulous beach and picked to the track to the next bay.

Along the way there were plenty of wallabies throughout the bush. Made our way west and NW to the lovely Picnic Bay. Dis not have enough time to continue on to Whiskey Bay and whatever delights awaited us there! Retraced out tracks back to the start.

Uploaded on: Sun, 7 Jul 2013 (14:00:36)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2265/  
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