BUSHWALKERS can experience the Lerderderg National Park from a different angle.
The Lerderderg River walking trail was opened on Monday as part of the Moorabool Shire Council flood recovery project.
Restored walking trails have also been reopened in line with the new trail.
The works have included 4.8 kilometres of walking trails including the Werribee River, Caledonian Park and Links Road drainage reserve. Bacchus Marsh and District Trails Advisory Committee founding member Leon Newton said the trails would be great for outdoor activities, especially as the warmer months approach.
“The value of these trails to a community is important. They provide walking and cycling for a healthy lifestyle, along with environmentally friendly and safe tracks,” he said.