It is only about 2 kms in length, but it is an interesting walk, as it has a formed footpath which meanders along most of its western side with a wide landscaped area bordering the rear of residences on the western side.
The first half of the walk from Maroondah Highway can be a challenge as it is very undulating and steep in parts. Very little of the walk would be suitable for wheelchairs due to having no level areas.
Many of the bushes were in flower during my September walk, but other times of the year would concentrate your attention to the multitude of native grasses which have been planted by our Yarra Ranges Council.
An added bonus of this walk is near the Hull Road end is the Mooroolbark Retarding Basin. The main path leads into the basin and continues along the eastern rim of the basin before returning to Mooroolbark Road just before the overhead rail line.