Sabine Falls, Great Otway National Park

Wednesday 8 July 2020. Once again the Handels ventured into the Otway Ranges, this time to visit the relatively remote Sabine Falls. After a picnic lunch at the edge of the redwoods of nearby Stevensons Falls, we proceeded to the Sabine Falls carpark and set out for the falls. What is normally a trail of moderate difficulty, due to its undulating nature, quickly became a treacherous trail of mud thick enough to rival the worst English mud (such as that encountered by the Handels at Croft Ambrey hillfort in Herefordshire). Nevertheless we persisted and arrived eventually at the falls – and rather wonderful they are too.

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