This lookout affords a stunning view of the Barwon estuary. Follow the river as it wends its way down from Lake Connewarre to the dynamic mouth of the Barwon River.
Here on the lee side of the Bluff iconic Moonahs dominate the landscape while Seaberry Saltbush, Flax-lilies and Clematis thrive in the tangled undergrowth. Singing Honeyeaters, Scrubwrens and Red Wattlebirds demand attention during the day while the night belongs to micro-bats, owls and possums.
While the trail is popular with joggers, cyclists and walkers, there are many hidden delights for the quiet and patient.