Crossover Regional Park
Crossover Regional Park
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bushie
Victoria, Australia3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2021
This is a tranquil little spot to reminisce about by gone days. Thinking about the steam train going through the the lush fern gullies. There is a short 30 min walk down to the bridge which was easy for myself and elderly mum. A perfect day trip in the bush.
Written 14 January 2021
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Chicken Kebab
Australia2,645 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Couples
We did the 4km walk from Rokeby to The Crossover bridge and back along the old rail trail. It’s a slight incline all the way to the bridge and the track is wide enough for a vehicle. There were other walkers, cyclists and horse riders along the way. Plenty of wildlife to be seen and heard. This is a great walk for all ages and not at all strenuous.
Written 28 October 2018
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Karen Y
Melbourne, Australia389 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
June 2018 • Family
The old trestle bridge is an interesting rare sight and a worthwhile stop to look. This original bridge has been closed off.
Written 9 July 2018
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C...
Victoria, Australia81,824 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2018 • Solo
The Crossover Regional Park includes a rail trail... which is no ordinary trail. I would go as far to say that one would need a mountain bike to tackle areas of the trail. And it would require a high fitness.

Along the way you will come across the Crossover Trestle Bridge project which is fascinating for anyone who follows old railway routes. This old timber bridge at Crossover was reportedly constructed in 1892 as part of the Warragul to Noojee rail link. In 1958 that rail line closed after decades of transporting timber, farm produce, local passengers and occasional tourists. This bridge is supported by six tall trestles and spans about forty metres of ferny cutting below.

The bridge is in original condition and because of it's lack of maintenance it's slowly falling apart. Nevertheless it's rare to see a bridge in it's original condition so it's worth a stop to have a look. I stopped here and had a conversation with a couple of locals out walking their ridgeback dogs... it's a very pretty area.
Written 25 February 2018
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EndlessTravels
Greater Melbourne, Australia38,277 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2017
Crossover Regional Park is an remnant of the flora and fauna that used to be widespread in west gippsland. The park has lowland and damp forest. The best way too experience park is along the Rokeby-Crossover rail trail. You will see fern gullies,evidence of mining and the railway. It also features a couple of trestle bridges. The park allows horse riding.
TIP: for the less physically inclined there is an easy way to experience park by walking from Crossover Bridge carpark.
TIP: for more info look up Rokeby and Crossover Friends group
Written 30 December 2017
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