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Black Hill Reserve

3.6/5 rating (8 votes)
  • Walk Length: 2 - 12 kms
  • Walk duration: 1 - 3 hrs
  • Walk Grade: Easy
  • Walk Style: Circuit
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Black Hill Reserve

Walk Summary

Walk Category: ½ Day

Getting There: Car

Nearest Town: Kyneton

Walk Area: North Central Victoria

Distance from Melbourne GPO: 80 km

Mobile Phone Coverage: Yes, but coverage varies by provider

Walk Details Collated: May 2014

Walk Details Provided By: Friends of Black Hill

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Getting There

From Melbourne, take the Calder Freeway north towards Kyneton. Take the 2nd Kyneton exit, heading north 6.4 km on the C326 Heathcote – Kyneton Road. Look out for signs for the Black Hill Reserve some 400 metres south of the right hand turn into Ennis Road. 800 metres east you will find the car park which has space for approximately 15 cars.

GPS: 37° 11.2' S 144° 29.0' E

Comments (2)

  • Cally Bauman

    Cally Bauman

    23 October 2014 at 20:59 |
    Although short, this is a great little bush walk. If you are into geocaching (we do this a lot with my 9 year old daughter on bush walks), there is one along/just off the ridge trail.

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