Milkshake Hills Walk
Milkshake Hills Walk
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JElliot32
New South Wales, Australia3,811 contributions
Apr 2022
The special nature of the 'Milkshakes' meant they'd been protected from logging for many years. Unfortunately in 2016 major bushfires raged through the area and the devastation they caused is still very visible. Recovery has started but it will be a long time before the tall eucalypts again dominate the landscape. There are two walks here: we did the much shorter Forest Walk rather than the Milkshakes lookout walk. The understorey was looking good with lots of healthy tree ferns. Above that, plenty of burnt-out stumps, with some sprouting new growth, plus some occasional forest giants that managed to survive the inferno. And we did see a pademelon that scampered under the boardwalk as we walked above.
Also, there are good picnic facilities and toilets here.
Written 8 May 2022
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Victoria, Australia64,947 contributions
Feb 2021
You turn off the main road to get to this area... but the road is reasonably good into this... when you arrive there is heaps of car parking. There are nearby toilets and it was here that I noticed I had picked up a leech on an earlier walk... whilst it could be considered a weight loss technique. I probably would not recommend it. :)

There are BBQ facilities here as well as an undercover shelter.

You have a choice of two walks here... one is a brief fifteen minutes walk and the other is a one hour walk to the lookout. After my leech episode I opted for the shorter of the two... wuss, aren't I? But the walk is really quite pretty and well worth doing. It's also quite flat and easy to do... so all levels of mobility and fitness should have no problem with it. This is an easy foray into Australia's natural areas.
Written 16 February 2021
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