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Goblin Forest Walk, Blue Tier

by Jun 8, 2019Post0 comments

 

June 7, 2019

The Goblin Forest Walk is a short (400m) stroll through a wonderful patch of bush which was partly an area mined for Tin and remains of an old sluice gate and channel can be seen as you walk along.  This area on top of the Blue Tier Reserve has several longer walks (2 – 3 hours each) and we will be returning for at least two of them during our time in the district.  This is less than 20kms from our house sit but reached via a choice of gravel roads, most of which are narrow, winding, and at times fairly hilly.  In fact the Car Park here is at 723m compared with our house sit at 105m above sea level.  We will let the picture tell the story of this magical little walk

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