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Reaching the O’Keefe Rail Trail by public transport

23/12/2011

The dominant culture suggests that a car is essential. Well it’s not! Victoria is vast yet it has a comprehensive public transport system that reaches most places. It is modern, comfortable and not expensive. I depend on public transport and it’s great to get around!

I love rail trails and long-distance trails and have travelled many all over Victoria, Australia, and the O’Keefe Rail Trail of 19-km is one. The trail follows a flat terrain and passes through box-ironbark and yellow gum woodland. This walk is a splendid day’s outing. The start of the trail is one kilometre from the corner of the McIvor Highway and Taig Road.

Outward from Bendigo railway station
10:05 Bus service: Bendigo to Heathcote (weekdays only)
Bus stop 11
Set down: Corner of the McIvor Highway and Taig Road (trail’s start)

Inward from the Midland Highway (trail’s end)
Bus 8 to Bendigo railway station (3-km), a frequent service

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