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About Scilla Walking Trail

Start the Scilla Walk at the reservoir on Ridge Estate or at the T-junction on Hill Street and follow the signs. Aim to do this walk from late September to November when masses of blue Scilla flowers cover the sandstone cliffs. The mountain views are magnificent.

Duration: 1 hour
Difficulty: Moderate
Distance: 2.5 km

Website:
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