Sandringham Circuit (2.9km)


New South Wales


1.45 hrs

Grade 4






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  • Nice hike with a very big hill to start, but unless you know the area, prepare to feel lost. Theres so many intersections with many options of ways to go, and the directions on numerous websites don’t offer much help. Lookouts a bit of a let down too as they are mostly covered with trees and not able to see very far

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