Mount Dandenong Warnings and Dangers

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    Broken Trees!
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    Kyeema Plane Crash Site
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    The Keeyma Plane Crash Site

    by ATXtraveler Written Jul 23, 2005

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    Kyeema Plane Crash Site

    If you are headed up to Mount Dandenong, one of the "features" listed in the Sky High Mt. Dandenong brochure is the Plane Crash site from Australian Airways in 1937.

    After a 1.5km hike through some fairly rocky pathways, we came upon the memorial site, and really all it was was this plaque.

    If you are spending a few days in the Dandenongs, this might make it onto your list of activities, but if you are going for just a day trip, stick to the more beaten path and skip this one.

    Related to:
    • National/State Park
    • Road Trip

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    Broken Trees!

    by ATXtraveler Written Jul 23, 2005

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    Broken Trees!

    During our hike up the Kokoda Trail in the Dandenong Ranges, we ran into several knocked down branches, but then we came across this entire tree which had fallen. If you look on the right side, you will actually see the walking trail barrier that was smashed!

    As the infamous George of the Jungle has been warned on numerous occasions... Watch out for that Tree!

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