Walk in , ascent 72m, length 5.4km
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march-fixer: Track 2229 in area near Australia, Victoria ()
Aireys Inlet Surf Coast Walk 2
Length: 5.4km, Creator time taken: 1h22m, Ascent: 72m,
Descent: 80m

Places: Start at Lon 144.101, Lat -38.4633, end at Start
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This is a short walk to explore a local bush reserve. We started from the eastern side of the town and headed across the bridge . You then head north up a rough track and swing east and then south.

Most of the ground is covered in bush and high grass. We were able to observe a group of about 10 wallabies (small kangaroos) resting in a nice sheltered spot. They were not too perturbed until a flock of parrots became unsettled and that spooked the kangaroos who then hopped off at speed to a more remote spot.

We retraced out steps back to the starting area.

Uploaded on: Wed, 12 Jun 2013 (22:33:05)
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