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Medium Walks

Greens Bush to Lightwood Camp Walk

Walk Difficulty This walk is an excellent way to see some of the more scenic parts of Greens Bush, part of the 26 km bush corridor between Dromana and Cape Schanck. The Greens Bush section of the Mornington Peninsula National Park is the largest area of remnant vegetation on the Mornington Peninsula. It was purchased from the Green Family and incorporated into the former Point Nepean National Park in 1989. Starting at the small car park of the Baldrys Crossing Picnic Area, the track runs south-west alongside Main Creek. Various tracks lead off to the Short and Long version of the Greens Bush Circuit Walks. There are several highlights along this winding trail including mature stringybark eucalypt forest mixed with spectacular stands of grasstree (the taller grasstrees being hundreds of years old) and picturesque fern gullies. It crosses several open areas (firebreaks) and arrives at Lightwood Creek Camping Area where there is a bush toilet. Note that permission from Parks Victoria needs to be gained to camp here. To complete this walk you return along the way you came.

This walk connects into the longer 26km Two Bays Walking Track that runs from Dromana to Cape Schanck. The Two Bays Walking Track is identified by a circular symbol displaying a Blue Wren, which can be seen on signage along the track.

  • Address:
210 Baldrys Road Main Ridge Victoria 3928
  • Route Information:
Return over same path
  • Start Location:
210 Baldrys Road Flinders Victoria 3929
  • End Location:
210 Baldrys Road Flinders Victoria 3929
  • Distance:
10 KMS
  • Time to Complete:
2.5 HRS
  • Difficulty Rating:
2/5

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