Timboon Rail Trestle Bridge

Timboon Rail Trestle Bridge

Timboon Rail Trestle Bridge
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Tony W
Sydney, Australia4,667 contributions
Feb 2022
This nicely restored rail trestle bridge is a reminder of our historic railway infrastructure and when the railways were the main transport for product and people around the state. It also shows the skills of the local builders in using the locally available products in its construction.
Written 10 May 2022
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Stumpie8
Echuca, Australia878 contributions
Mar 2022
Great place for a drive in the afternoon and do a east walk across the very old trestle bridge.
The bridge is part of a great cycling / walking track.
Written 27 March 2022
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jackirmic
Austinmer, Australia681 contributions
Mar 2022 • Couples
We had a beautiful cycle ride from the distillery to the trestle bridge and return. The tree lined path was picturesque and peaceful. We enjoyed reading about the history of the area. Just near the bridge were steers with calves.
Written 14 March 2022
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Richy_gtown
North Geelong, Australia443 contributions
Oct 2020 • Friends
Great place to go for a visit, would suit a walk or a stop for lunch bbq. Seemed to be a free camp area on the grass next to the waters edge. Lovely views.
Written 28 December 2020
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Corey carter
4 contributions
Jan 2019 • Solo
I hired a bike from crater to coast bicycle hire in timboon and I must say I got fantastic service and very affordable hire cost... I also rode the rail trail and had such an amazing experience with the scenery and trestle bridge is just devine and breath taking... Would definitely ride again ........
Written 5 January 2019
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Johnny R
Rockingham, Australia4 contributions
Oct 2016 • Solo
I rode this trail from Camperdown to Timboon. Here is my warning. It is highly advisable not to ride the section from Camperdown to the other side of Lake Bullen Merri. The track use to go around the lake road but has been diverted around the back of the lake. You will have to ride on the road ( 100 km hour for cars with no bicycle lane). You are best to drive your car thru here as it is still extremely picturesque. My best advice is to start your ride on the trail which begins on Naroghid road.
This is where it all begins and you wont be disapointed. The trail starts of with a few trees and lots of farmland. This trail keeps on getting better and better. Streams, bridges, forests, birds and wildlife. It is an awesome experience and not to hard. Do it.
Written 31 October 2016
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Terry S
Melbourne, Australia44 contributions
Dec 2015
December 2015 rode from Timboon whiskey distillery for 5kms slight gradient downhill to the Curdies river trestle bridge, after taking the obligatory photographs we then headed back to Timboon. Didn’t see snakes (bonus) kids 7 & 13 made it okay (apart from the occasional whimper) the scenery was diverse, (not just open farm land). Would like to have done more but…….
Written 27 December 2015
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bcmum
malaysia13 contributions
Apr 2015 • Family
We started from Timboon Distillery Shed taking a 5km walk to the Bridge. I must say whilst the trail was rather straight, one was able to take in all that nature where birds, parrots, apple tree and mushrooms are sighted. What came as a pleasant surprise was us coming to walk along cow farms where you see them upclose. No toilet facilties along the way so prepare a good pair of shoes, bottles of water and snacks. Bicycles are also avail for rent to ride through. Finally arriving at the Bridge was a nice photostop.
Written 8 April 2015
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Ritasaurus
Greensborough, Australia265 contributions
Dec 2014 • Couples
Great to take photos of and nice to walk over. Has been restored recently and is safe for pedestrians.
Written 3 January 2015
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Beaumaris32
Melbourne, Australia193 contributions
Apr 2014 • Friends
We set up a car shuffle [leaving cars at Timboon ] The walk started at the Glenfyne Hall and we followed through a lovely tree lined route , up and down beside 4 short trestle bridges , finally arriving at the amazing Curdies River trestle Bridge. Nearby is a limestone quarry which used to use the old railway to transport lime to Camperdown and beyond.Excellent information board here telling of the building of the bridge. We then continued walking into Timboon and our cars. A great lunch or afternoon tea can be had at the Timboon Distillery / cafe which is where the old station was.This section of the trail is 12 kms , so a nice walk, mostly flat. We were a group of 14 and stayed at the Lake Purrembete Cottages [ 0419 591 660] a great place to stay.
Written 12 April 2014
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