30 March 2014



Bron Love, an experienced conservationist, is looking forward to taking you along the Kangaroo Highway at 'Greenlion'.  Meandering beside the Loddon River, this bush track has been carved out by the passing kangaroos and wallabies.

Starting at the front gate at 'Greenlion', Bron will take you along a bush track, past the honey shed and down into the Loddon Valley.  There you will see the beautiful basalt cliffs that plunge into limpid water holes.  Bron will show you the extensive revegetation that has taken place in the valley,  transforming the wall of gorse and blackberrries into the tranquil river zone that it is today.

You will climb up the steep river bank and walk along the Kangaroo Highway way above the river, returning to the homestead through the upper paddocks.

DURATION: Approximately 3/4 hour.

DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY: Moderately difficult.

Wear walking shoes, hat, sunscreen and carry drinking water.

TIMES: 11.00am and 3.00pm Saturday.  11.00am and 3.00pm Sunday.

MEET: At the 'Greenlion' front gate.

WHERE: 75, Butlers Lane Glenlyon.

COST: included in the $5.00 entry ticket to the 'Greenlion' garden.

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