|The start of the walk at Hermons Saddle Reserve.|
|Climbing up Jacksons Hill Road, luckily there was plenty of trees to stop and photograph.|
|Looking to the north towards Mt Donna Buang from near Johns Hill.|
|The short section along Menzies Creek was my favourite section of the walk.|
|Climbing up the stairs to Telopea Road.|
I used John Chapman's Notes from his book 'Day Walks in Victoria'. its walk # 26 in the book. According to my GPS I walked 13.4 kilometres and climbed 387 metres over around three and a half hours.
The walk was either on fairly good, if somewhat muddy, walking tracks or along quiet country roads or verges. I'd rate this walk as a medium walk which would probably be at its best in late Autumn with all the deciduous non native trees in the gardens.
|This huge eucalypt has copped a battering by the wind over the years.|
|About the best I could do without changing lenses.|
|Climbing up to Menzies Road.|
|Menzies Creek Railway Station.|
|Looking down towards Cardinia Dam on my last climb of the day up School Road.|