Below is a snippet from an old thread about foot access to Weir's Creek. This requires the Glenelg River to be dry. Weir's could probably also be approached on foot in about the same time by walking about 2km east along Matthew Track from Syphon Road and then going off through the scrub towards Weir's. Wouldn't want to go too far alog Matthew Track here as Weir's turns into swamp soon after hitting the flat ground.
On 8-May-2014 kieranl wrote:
>However Weir's Creek can still be approached on foot in about
>50 minutes as long as the Glenelg River is not flowing, which it isn't
>at the moment.
>Park on Forest Lodge road at the gate on Hynes Track. Follow Hynes track
>south until it ends at the channel. Cross the channel and straight across
>the service track to the overgrown track running south-west. Follow this
>towards Emu's foot, dog-legging through the hopefully dry Glenelg River
>and on to meet Matthew track at the zig. Continue along this until it
>zags to the right. It's about 25 minutes to here. Now head cross-country
>towards the landslide to meet the old track just before Weir's Creek.
>The blue bit is the section shared with Matthew Track