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Jumping creek rd warrandyte state park, Warrandyte, Manningham, Victoria Australia
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Neville H wrote a review Jan 2020
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A bit dry as we were there before the rain but it is lovely habitat and bushland along the river banks.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Exploring with Craig wrote a review Jan 2020
Greater Melbourne, Australia154 contributions44 helpful votes
A good walk for a few tracks around the reserve. They follow the Yarra river to amazing views and a lot of wildlife
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Mei Y wrote a review Oct 2017
Nullagine, Australia1,345 contributions190 helpful votes
Warrandyte is well endowed with nature and parklands! Jumping Creek, Mt Lofty, Black Flat, Stan Brae, Whipstick Gully are all well connected for keen hikers to explore for a day or two! They all reside near the Yarra River. Jumping Creek has a nice picnic area that offers picnic shade and outdoor seating. There is a toilet here too. I saw a photographer who told us he saw a huge owl here! That would be the challenge if one treads carefully and quietly! Hope it helps!
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Date of experience: October 2017
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The Wandering Reviewer wrote a review Feb 2017
Melbourne, Australia9,523 contributions4,029 helpful votes
This easy to find Reserve is located on Jumping Creek Road only a km or so from the roundabout in Warrandyte near Potters Cottage. The reserve is quite extensive with good walking tracks in and around that traverse the river or go up into the scrub. The Jumping Creek Nature Trail (2km, 30-60 mins return) There is also good geocashing sites here. You can easily go for a swim here as there are some lovely water holes - please check depth first and for any underwater snags. There are wood barbecues, picnic tables, toilets and an information shelter. Some wood is provided but it is advisable to bring your own. If you bring your own canoe there is a launch spot here as well. There are two great picnic areas but park at the Ridge Parking area. The picnic area next to Sandy Bay carpark has a covered picnic pavilion and access to the toilet block on the left side of the car parking area. Disabled access is good. Plenty of parking. Water available. No food available here. This is a great place for a family bbq or even a birthday party. Enjoy.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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Wayne B wrote a review Dec 2016
Warrandyte, Australia30 contributions12 helpful votes
A refuge beside the river, half an hour from the CBD and you have travelled from confusion and no time for anything to an oasis where you can relax and unwind, maybe experience some wild life as a bonus, have a picnic, stroll beside the river along walking tracks where the history of the gold rush began.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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