This walk mostly follows slashed management/vehicle tracks. There is no signage along the trail, but its fairly easy to follow. The trail is within a series of narrow fenced reserves and the trails mostly follow the fence lines, so you can't really go wrong.
Note the distance and estimated time are for a one-way trip. The total distance for a return trip along the full length of the trail is about 6.7km. You can turn back at any point for a shorter trip.
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Enter from the top of Margaret Court Road.
This is the most formed part of the trail, the rest of the trail is more grassy. Just follow fences if you lose the trail at any point.
Turn west, away from Baranduda township, and pass through gate.
Pass through 2 gates
There are lots of really big old trees along the trail
Be sure to follow the vehicle tracks along fence line to the north (downslope, away from the Range) after passing through the gate
Kangaroos are common
There is a gate through a fence here, you can head north along a track here to Boyes Rd.
The trail follows the fence closely here, follow it to the north (down slope, away from the Range). Don't follow the trail upslope unless prepared for a long steep walk across the Range
Pass through the gate as you head north. The track is not that clear here, but its a narrrow area between 2 fences, so its easy to navigate. Good views of the rural landscape from this point
Not far from the track, under a big tree
The trail ends at this point, at the corner of Boyes Rd and Fredrick Streets Rd. Turn around here and return along the same route.
The full length of this walk if done both ways is about 6.7km.