This circuit walk visits several local features, i.e. the Blowhole, Breakneck Gorge, Golden Spring and Hepburn Mineral Springs Reserve via Jacksons Lookout. The walk leaves from Hepburn Primary School to the first detour to the Blowhole. The Blowhole is an artificial diversion tunnel on Sailors Creek, built by gold miners around the early 1870s. A tunnel through the spur was cut to redirect water flow from the original creek line. The soil in the dry creek bed was then sluiced for gold. It is now an impressive sight when the creek is in full flow. A single file track along the Great Dividing Trail (GDT) leads us to Breakneck Gorge. Continuing on the GDT to the Dry Diggings Track there is the optional detour to Jacksons Lookout before continuing on to the Hepburn Mineral Springs Reserve. During this walk natural mineral springs and relics of the gold mining era in delightful bush surrounds can be found. Spring wildflowers make a colourful display with Victoria's floral emblem, the pink or white belled Common Heath, frequently found growing under eucalypts. Koalas and kangaroos are often sighted during this walk along with an abundance of bird life.