The end of the path, Anakie Gorge, in the Brisbane Ranges, north of Geelong, Victoria, Australia

The end of the path, Anakie Gorge, in the Brisbane Ranges, north of Geelong, Victoria, Australia. This is as far as I went. The Ted Errey Nature Circuit goes for about 8 kms and I needed to pick the boys up so there was not enough time. Besides, it is quite steep and challenging in parts and I didn't want to tackle it on my own. Not yet, anyway! I chatted briefly with a couple of young ladies going through to the Stoney Creek Picnic Area. I decided to head back because of time constraints. When I met them again back at the Anakie Gorge Picnic Area they said that the last kilometre and a half was actually pretty easy.

I went up to the explanatory plaque for the Ted Errey walk. It was quite a steep climb, but the Overlander was not troubled doing it. This thing is amazing! January 2017.

The steep climb to the plaque at the beginning of the Ted Errey walk is a Level 4.

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