There is an interesting place in Yarra Ranges National Park called Mount Donna Buang Skywalk. Mount Donna Buang (1,250 metres) is the closest snowfield to Melbourne. In winter it usually receives snow suitable for snowplay and tobogganing, and during the non-winter months the area is well visited by bushwalkers. The summit of Mount Donna Buang is surrounded by Alpine ash trees and Sub alpine snow gums, and at nearby Cement Creek there is a raised walkway through Myrtle Beech and Mountain Ash trees.
As Yarra Ranges National Park is located far away from our home (2h of driving), I kept visit to Mount Donna Buang Skywalk in my ‘to see and to visit’ list and waited till we go somewhere there. Last weekend we went cycling to Warburton, which is located not far away from Mount Donna Buang, so at the end of the day we went to the Skywalk.