Blue Tongue Bend Walk

4 h to 6 h 30 min

2 h to 3 h 15 min

14.4 km

↑ 369 m
↓ -369 m

Moderate track
The Blue Tongue Bend Walk, Warrandyte, starts near Stiggants Reserve, at the end of Stiggants Street, leading along the Yarra River to the Yarra River Linear Reserve and back. Embark on a peaceful walk beside the river, where you can enjoy views of the water and the bushland, amid the sounds of the local birdlife. The dirt trail meanders along the river. There is also a picnic ground with barbeques, firewood and toilets. This track is well-formed and mostly wide and flat, with some narrow, hilly and rocky sections. It can be a little muddy and slippery after recent rains or in otherwise damp conditions. Overall, it is manageable for most people, and popular with families. Dogs are not allowed on this track. Let us begin by acknowledging the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we travel today, and pay our respects to their Elders past and present.
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