A brand new walking track next to the Yarra river and close to the bush camp this morning.
O'Shannassy aqueduct trail which is right next to the bush camp in the clean air of this morning.
In this photo at the bush camp from this morning is a blue tongue lizard warming up after the overnight rain.
Looking towards the very quiet Warburton highway between Millgrove and Warburton from the bush camp . The road closure upriver makes it feel like a lockdown again.
The base of an approximately 150 year old mountain ash tree growing at the bush camp.
The Warburton Tree is under threat of being cut down by the Yarra Ranges council. It is a 250 year old grey gum.
This is a picture of the river flats at the bush camp in the late 1970s. Now the area has been rewilded and there are many secluded camping spots there.
Sadly this blackwood tree came down a while back. I remember the area before it was even growing. The tree that is almost totally obscured behind it is still there. Blackwoods usually only live to around 50 years or so.
This Lyrebird was hiding from the rain a while back outside the kitchen window.
The O'Shannassy cycling trail shown in this video is right next to the bush camp.
Redwood forest at East Warburton has few visitors at the moment because the bridge is closed at Cement creek. But the bush camp is right next to O'Shannassy aqueduct and you can ride a bike along there to visit the forest.
Yarra river camping at its best. Camp here and walk the 40 metres to the river. No crowds and nice and peaceful.
Resident of the bush camp out and about yesterday enjoying the sunshine and shade.
Is this the best camp site in the Yarra Valley or what. Right next to a river and creek.
O'Shannassy aqueduct walk from Cement creek toward O'Shannassy weir from 15 years ago.
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