East Walk - Nolan Track and the Tunnel (12.8km)

Lerderderg State Park



4 hrs

Grade 4



Hike summary

Route and GPX file


Gear you might need

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About the region

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Acknowledgement of Country

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1 Review on “East Walk - Nolan Track and the Tunnel (12.8km)”

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  • Susan Love

    This is a very good hike!

  • The last quarter of this track along the river is now hard to find and when you do find it it is overgrown with a lot of climbing over and around fallen trees required. If walking off track isn’t something you enjoy then turn right at Margarets Corner onto Ambler Lane then left onto Byers Back track which will take you back to O’Brians Crossing

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