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Greens Bush

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Walking With Kangaroos

If you like to get up reasonably close to many Eastern Gray Kangaroos, a walk through Highfield... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2018
Greater Melbourne, Australia
Kangaroos in a bush setting

If you have overseas visitors who have never seen kangaroos in the wild, this is the place. Just... read more

Reviewed 5 April 2017
Robert C
Melbourne, Australia
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Baldry's and Green's Roads, Main Ridge, Victoria 3928, Australia
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Reviewed 22 June 2018

If you like to get up reasonably close to many Eastern Gray Kangaroos, a walk through Highfield, part of Greens Bush and the Mornington Peninsula National Park you will find none better than here.There are three entrances into the park off Boneo Road but take...More

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Reviewed 5 April 2017

If you have overseas visitors who have never seen kangaroos in the wild, this is the place. Just park and walk quietly into the bush and you will find literally hundreds of kangaroos in several big mobs. Thy are not frightened of humans and one...More

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 1 September 2016

There are three entrances off Boneo Road and all three are worthwhile visiting. The area known as Highfield is essentially bare land covered in bracken and where you can usually sight fifty plus kangaroos. The Main Creek Picnic Area closer to Flinders is also a...More

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 30 April 2016

We often walk in Greens Bush. It is a lovely national park with many mild walks. The walk in from Browns road is glorious and you will often meet dog walkers, hours riders and almost always see a few kangaroos.

Thank Bogwog68
Reviewed 28 March 2016

This is a great section of real, fairly untouched bush in the northern part of the Mornington Peninsula National Park. I only did the tracks that were part of the Two Bays Trail, but there was great variety in the type of vegetation. The trails...More

2  Thank zanzibar138
Reviewed 10 March 2016

This is a lovely place to visit for a peaceful, interesting walk in the true Australian bush. The track is easy to walk and mostly just gently undulates. If you keep alert you might see an echidna, maybe a snake (take care, don't be frightened,...More

Thank Dawn C
Reviewed 27 May 2015

The Greens Bush section of the Mornigton Peninsula National Park offers bush walks of varying lengths from 1.6km to the 8.9km track that is part of the much longer Two Bays Track. The walks can be accessed from the end of Greens Road - gravel...More

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Carole S
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Response from Bogwog68 | Reviewed this property |
Just an update. I walked into Greens Bush from Browns rd yesterday. First time I've seen snakes and saw two. Both off the road, one looked like a tiger snake moved into the bush well ahead of us, the other looked more like a... More