The place to be in the Upper Yarra Valley is in or next to the Yarra river when the temperature is in the mid 30s. Float around right next to the bush camp where the water doesn't get much above waist deep and it is safe to go in.
O'Shannassy Aqueduct and Dee landslip bridge still unrepaired by Parks Victoria months on. Makes me wonder what the Yarra Ranges National Park rangers do with their days. Right next to the bush camp.
This looks good. All next to the Yarra Ranges Bush Camp. Contact us on Facebook at Yarra Ranges Bush Camp or email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 0432840830
Find the bush camp on Facebook at Yarra Ranges Bush Camp and direct message there. The camp is right next to the Yarra river and O'Shannassy aqueduct trail. Email email@example.com
Looking for somewhere this summer that is safe, secluded and with no strangers camping or turning up then the bush camp is for you with hundreds of camping spots and a private forest to explore. Yarrarangesbush@hotmail.com 0432840830
Deep within the Watts river water catchment of the Yarra Ranges National Park are the Lower and Upper Mathinna falls. They have been closed to the public for around 100 years. The only way to see them is via old post cards like this one.
Yesterday morning in a deep and steep forest part of the bush camp I came across a wombat heading back to its burrow. It was just a bit too quick for me to get a photo. The track to the burrow on a 45 degree slope looks well used.
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