Allow two or three hours.


This can be done two ways:

(a) Ryans's Cutting - This is the tight downhill corner about two miles from the village towards Bells Line of Road, beyond the Zig Zag and the gravel pit. Leave the car off the road and walk down the fire trail to your right (going out towards the main road). At the bottom of the slope, the main fire trail takes aright hand turn. But you go across a little creek here and follow an old and rather indistinct fire trail out to the Bogey Holes.This ends up in an area known as the Bogey Holes. From here you can explore - walk up the hill nearby or over the ridge and into the creek beyond. Then return the way you came.

(b) Sunday Walk Spur - Walk down Du Faurs Rocks Road and through a gate on your left on to the Western fire trail. Follow the fire trail to Sunday Walk Spur. Walk down the hill across the creek and you will eventually come out on to the fire trail from Ryan's Crossing. Cross the stream on your right and follow the track out to the Bogey Hole area. You can return either way, but it is nice to leave a car at Ryan's Cutting for an easier way home! The country out  there, especially if you climb onto the ridge, is rather heath-like and open. Quite different and a nice change.