Where will you walk this weekend?
Dave the Osteo’s favourite Geelong track to walk is along the North West side of the Barwon River, from Fyansford past the Paper Mills and Baum’s Weir.
This is a hidden Geelong gem, with views of Buckley’s falls, the Barwon River, the rolling hills of Ceres and the peaceful sound of native birds in the surrounding bush.
There are multiple starting points depending on how far you want to walk – you could start at Fyansford reserve, Lower Paper Mills Rd, Upper Paper Mills Rd or enter from De Goldis Drive.
The walking path is well kept and wide, and there is nothing better than ending with a refreshment and a chance to peruse the historic Paper Mills.
– The Door Gallery Cafe (10.00am – 4.30pm)
– Provenance Winery (11.00am – 6.00pm)
– See attached photos for the list of galleries/studios
Toilets are available for customers of the Paper Mills, public toilets are available at Fyansford Reserve car park. Some seating is available along the track to those in a recovery phase and there are some gentle hills.
It only takes 20-30 minutes of moderate exercise (e.g. walking) a day to create a healthier you 🙂
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