Victoria Reservoir Walk Trail

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Rated: 54321 (5/5), based on 3 reviews.

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Charli Smith


An easy and pleasant walk, with many points of interest along the way and no difficulty with navigation.

Lisa West


Peaceful, easy walk. Do it early in the morning and have the trail to yourself smile

Peter Lee


Walked this trail on the 17/2/18. Temperature was about 27. This is an easy trail with long sections of wide flat gravel track. There are a few short sections that are rocky but still easy. The trail is not well signed so MAKE SURE YOU PRINT OUT THE PDF map and instructions from the site and read them before you start as there are a few points where you can make the wrong turn. Better still load the GPS file from the site into your device. I did both and referred to them many times. There are a number of interesting sites along the way including the Victoria Dam, a historic timber bridge (which apparently is the "oldest surviving all-timber bridge in Australia") and a few old shacks. The bush is typical of the area including rocky outcrops. I'm a 54 year old male of reasonable fitness and it took me a total of 1 hr 45 mins. My moving time was 1 hr 24 mins. Total distance was 7.5 kms. Worth doing once but probably not twice although I will take my wife there as it is a good beginners trail.

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