Lunette Walk Track

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Spit Track, Winton North, Victoria


A lunette is a rare geological feature - a sand dune found on the edge of wetlands, formed by millennia of sand and soil movement across the swamps, creating a crescent moon shape. This walk showcases the spectacular views over Winton Swamp. This walking track is well marked. 3km return. From the Mokoan Hub & Café head right along Lake Mokoan Road for 5.3km. Turn right onto Boggy Bridge Road and follow to the end of the road. At the intersection turn right on to Winton North Road. After 4km turn right at The Lunette entry, look out for the tall blue sign. Please be careful as the next 2.6km is not a formed track, you will be passing through grazing areas. Please be aware this track is slippery when wet. Remember if you pass through a gate that has been closed, shut it behind you.

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Lat: -36.459548 Lng: 146.099215

User Reviews



1.5 km walk, takes about 20 min each way. Great views at the lookout



Stunning place really quiet lots of water life. But... DON'T FORGET THE AEROGARD!!!! 500 thousand billion trillion mosquitoes! And keep your mouth closed too as you walk through those few trees. We sprayed ourselves before we got out of the car and it was okay



You can actually drive all the way into the lookout. Absolutely beautiful peaceful place with great photo opportunities.


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