|There are no real navigational issues on this walk.|
|Judging by the foot prints in the soft sand I don't think the walk sees too many walkers.|
|I had great weather on this visit to Hattah.|
I walked 1.3 kilometres at an average speed of 2.8 kph and with an anorexic 16 metres of climbing you'd definitely have to rate this as an easy stroll. This walk is easily do-able by the elderly or the very young. I suppose that the only real issue is the soft sandy track, although in the cooler months that isn't really much of a problem. Parks Vic have heaps of information online and the Daly's have written up this short stroll in their Take A Walk in Victoria's National Parks, either of these resources are enough to safely complete this little adventure.
Lake Mournpall Circuit, Hattah-Kulkuyne National Park, 2017.
Tyakil Nature Walk, Wyperfeld National Park, 2016.
Wyperfeld Walk, Wyperfeld National Park, 2016.
|My short stroll is coming to it's end....time to head home.|
The walk starts to the east of the car park in the middle of the photo, you can just make out the track wriggling through the scrub on the west side of the entrance road.