Okay, so this is not strictly an ‘adventurous’ walk, nor do you need a four-wheel drive to get there, but it is an enjoyable and easy weekday walk to keep the dog and baby out of mischief!
This is a stunning walk through the Yarra State Forest that takes in the magnificent 75m high mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans), known as the Ada Tree. The walk itself meanders through eucalypt (mountain Ash) forest and rainforest, there is abundant bird life and you might be lucky enough to see or hear a Lyre Bird.
For starters, here’s a list of everything we take for day trips, plus additional items for camping.
Well, for those of you that have linked through from our Gembrook Park: Flora and Fauna Reserve – Nature Trail post, you’ll understand where we’ve got to, but for those of you starting with this article… a little explanation.
A familiar story i’m sure; The last weekend before you’re due back at the office, you’ve spent all Saturday completing all those little jobs you’d been putting off doing till the holidays and then somehow didn’t manage to get around to. So now you’re in need of some relaxation before Monday morning comes around. No? well that’s how things had eventuated for me and I had one dry and sunny Sunday left to acheive my goal. The answer, a nice day out with the family somewhere scenic and preferably on the shady side!
New Years Eve 2014; a dog that needed to be tired-out to keep him calm through the fireworks and a beautiful day. The question was what to do?
I made these for our day trip, and will be making them again! Easy to make, (even on the morning before you head off) and very adaptable to your own tastes (or pantry availability). These bars are great for a boost of energy, and are easy to eat and transport.