C C M – Ta r a d a l e  N C R
Caveat

A map is a graphical representation of a geographical actuality.  However, though some maps are more representative than others, no map is absolutely correct.  The maps on this site are not exempt from this rule.

Taradale NCR Walking Tracks Map

This map covers the Taradale Nature Conservation Reserve (Taradale NCR) and the Metcalfe State Forest. Victoria, Australia. 

The intended hardcopy format (as PDF) for this map is A4.


Access to the map area

Although the Calder Freeway passes through the centre of the map area, there is no direct access from the freeway to either the Taradale NCR (on the west) or the Metcalfe SF (on the east).  A traveller coming from the north on the Calder Freeway might consider taking the Castlemaine turnoff and then heading south to Taradale.  A traveller coming from the south on the Calder Freeway might consider taking the Malmsbury turnoff and continuing through Malmsbury to Taradale. 

Taradale NCR Walking Tracks

Comments and Potential Confusions

Within the Taradale NCR there is a Parks Vicroria "Temporary Fire Control Line" located on the north side of the Metcalfe-Taradale Road.  This feature is not shown on the CCM map.

The utility of the ford across the Coliban River near the western end of Swing Bridge Road will be dependent on the state of the river at the time.

The signpost at the west end of Carnell Road offers "Dry Weather Trk" apparently as an alternative name for "Carnell Rd".


Resources accessed in preparing the Taradale NCR map

CCM has walked all the tracks and roads indicated within the Taradale NCR and the Metcalfe SF.  Other data sources are:

DELWP Mapshare (road and track data to be developed, cadastre),
Victorian Government Data search (contours, water courses),
Google Earth (timber coverage).


Taradale NCR Walking Tracks Downloads

Information on using the additional files below can be found via the Appendices dropdown menu in the header.

Single-sided PDF map for printing at A4 (0.3 MB)Download OziExplorer MAP file for use with PNG file (< 10 kB)Download
KMZ file (< 5 MB, 12 tiles)Download POIs as GPX file (< 10 kB)Download
PNG file (1 MB) for use with OziExplorer MAP fileDownload Listing of above POIs as PDF file (< 50 kB)Download