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John Feeney
warburton
As mentioned in one of my previous blogs, my first overnight hiking trip was on the Walk Into History Trail in Warburton. It is listed as a 33km one-way hike that is ideally done over 2-3 days, however, I decided to turn it into a two-day circuit. As you will see in the map below,...
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hiking warburton
I remember my first overnight hike for a variety of reasons. It was early February last year when I set off by myself for what would end up being a 54km hiking trip on the Walk Into History trail in Warburton, Melbourne. The walk is positioned as a one-way trek starting in Warburton and finishing...
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hiking boots
Salomon has in no way, shape or form paid me for this blog article. I simply love these boots and reckon you guys should be aware of them if you aren’t already. If you’re serious about hiking, you’ll want to invest in a pair of hiking boots that provide you all the support and comfort...
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bunyip state park hiking
Located in the far south-east region of Melbourne and near the town of Gembrook lies the Bunyip State Park. Similar to many forests and hiking areas in those parts of the state, it is full of mountain ash trees and plenty of wildlife. Furthermore, there are many trails located in the Bunyip State Park where you...
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As the Dandenong Ranges are only a 15-minute drive from my place, I often find myself spending plenty of time up there hiking. One place that I go to when I want to do a quick hike is the Sherbrooke Forest; especially the Sherbrooke Falls Walk. It is also the place where I did my...
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If there’s one thing I am constantly seeking in any of my hiking and camping gear, it’s versatility. One thing I always pack on a multi-day hike are wraps, and they are always full of hummus as a spread and Babybel Cheese among other yummy things. From eating so much Babybel Cheese, I discovered the...
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one planet ned backpack
One Planet Ned Backpack If there is one thing you need to last the distance on a multi-day hike, it’s a durable backpack that will do everything you need it to do. A good backpack is expensive, however, it is the type of gear that you need to spend a reasonable amount of money on...
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outdoor gear
Disclaimer: In no way, shape or form did Source pay me for this review. I am simply writing about a product that I truly believe is great and would benefit anyone who is looking to go hiking in areas where they only have access to streams. If there is one thing that needs to be...
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If like me, you happen to live in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, you would be well aware of the 1000 Steps (aka the Kokoda Memorial Walk) located at the foot of the Dandenongs in Ferntree Gully. People from near and far flock to this iconic Melbourne location on a regular basis, and, for the...
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cathedral ranges northern circuit
The Cathedral Ranges Northern Circuit Without a doubt, the Cathedral Ranges is one of the most picturesque places in Victoria to go hiking. Located in Taggerty, a town located 121 kilometres north-east of Melbourne, the Cathedral Ranges Northern Circuit is a fantastic day hike. Our group started from Ned’s Gully campground cark park early in the morning...
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