Sellicks Hill

My Sunday morning explore, this time up the track behind the Victory, then jumped the fence opposite to the quarry and headed up one of four gullies. I hopped back and forth over the bubbling creek in search of the path of least resistance. Eventually I came to a place where the gully divided. Behind me a vista to the flat sea. I found a well placed rock to take in the view but it was the sounds that dominated: thumping kangaroo feet, small birds with big voices hollering to each other amidst the buffering wind.
At the top I got a good view down to a rocky outcrop, the quarry scar to the right and the snaking track down to the car. Interesting rock formations, fungi and rapidly changing light all found my attention. For a future walk I’d like to follow the exposed vein of rock that can be easily seen travelling along the western face of the range.
(Ewan)

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