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STORY'S CREEK & STACKS BLUFF

The Fingal Valley

 

The loop drive to the north of the main highway between Avoca and Fingal passes directly below the southern end of Ben Lomond National Park.  A spectacular drive.  A further short diversion to Storys Creek provides a closer look at the mountain.  The diversion bypasses Rossarden. The loop drive has recently become possible due to the re-construction of a bridge just west of Storys Creek.  See the map. In early summer you are rewarded by wild lupins in flower.  Storys Creek is also the commencement of the walking track to Stacks Bluff.  3 kilometres along a rough logging track takes you a small 'car park'.  Take the left 'road'.  It is 30 minutes to the commencement of the track.  The road is too rough for any vehicles and was blocked by a tree a few hundred metres along the road the day we visited.  We made the start of the track the day we visited.  A short diversion to a boulder field provides great views of the mountain.

 

 

 

 

Sphinx Bluff and the lupin field at Storys Creek

 

Storys Bluff and Sphinx Bluff (right)

 

Boulder field and Sphinx Bluff