Mount Ossa is the highest peak in Tasmania and can be reached via the Overland Track.
Our walk this Saturday will be through part of the Dandenongs Ranges.
Sherbrook Forest to be exact!
Here are some details of what to expect on the walk.
We will follow tracks through the heart of Lyrebird Habitat in the Sherbrooke Forest. The tracks will take us through stands of tall Mountain Ash, tree fern gullies and past water falls. There will be a couple of gradual, steep climbs, which we will take very gradually. The tracks are wide and firm under foot. On the second climb the track is a bit narrower, not rocky but has some exposed tree roots. There will be plenty of resting opportunities after the climbs and the chance of seeing lyrebirds, kangaroos and wallabies.
Moderate, 11-12 kms
And you never know,
we may stumble across the TARDIS and hitch a lift to the top of Mount Ossa,
to enjoy the views.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
To join us on this walk, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Walkabouters Club of Victoria Inc.