Werribee’s K Road Cliffs

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A poignant local landmark, Werribee’s K-Road Cliffs tells a story of a river that has travelled 110kms from Melton and Lerderderg. Sometimes little known to outsiders as it is on the quiet end of K Road. past the Victoria state rose garden, Werribee Mansion and the Open Zoo. Here it is on its final legs of the journey breathing life to the market gardens in Werribee before it discharges into Port Philip Bay.

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