|Into the reeds|
|Pool in the Moorabool below the Ring Road|
|Overlooking the site of the trestle bridge, part of the Fyansford Cement Works|
private railway, with the Geelong Ring Road on the rise beyond
|A pretty little pocket amongst the reeds|
From here we were once again able to get on the water and with only a couple of short sections requiring us to haul the kayaks until by early evening we found ourselves paddling under the Lewis Bandt Bridge on the Ring Road.
|Lewis Bandt Bridge, Geelong Ring Road|
|The places junk can end up!|
Then finally, we were faced with one final hurdle - a log jam created I suspect from the dead branches of the woody weeds we had been passing over the last few hundred metres, so for one final time, we dragged the kayaks up the bank, around the logs and dropped back into the water for the paddle to our finishing point - the historic Monier bridge at Fyansford, built in 1900.
|Old Monier bridge at Fyansford with the current bridge just visible behind|