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We did the circuit walk, including viewing rock, powder magazine and Devils cave, totalling about 3 km. The walk itself is moderate and good for some exercise, the view over Heathcote is OK. As mentioned by others, signage could be better but follow the markers...More
Really great circuit, but signage is a real issue! From the Powder Magazine to Devil’s Cave wasn’t too bad, signs needed repair but could follow. But finding the viewing rock caused a few problems, lack of signs/hard to decipher which way arrows went. We enjoyed...More
Followed the signs to the lookout mainly for the exercise.unfortunately poor visibility spoiled the view but good potential for better weather. We then continued on to the Devils cave. Signs need to be repaired as nearly walked past. This would be more for the exercise...More
Not realising you can walk up from the Main Street, we drove to the Viewing Rock car park. The view is pretty good, not exactly outstanding though.
We walked a couple of kilometres to the cave and then wandered on for a few more kilometres...More
We drove to this location but it would make a great hike. The clouds in the blue sky overlooked the village of Heathcote and it was like looking down on Legoland with views for miles it appeared to be the ideal little rural escape so...More
The walk is worth the effort but hard to know when you have reached the actual "Viewing Rock" as the sign has gone missing. Loads of kangaroos up close and personal....a great activity if you are reasonably fit and love the natural environment.
It is possible to drive up to this lookout in a conventional vehicle. Interesting walk starts from area of Valley of the Liquid Ambers, and passes the historic Heathcote Gun Powder / blasting powder storage building, where powder supplies were kept in gold mining days....More