Riddells Creek Lions Park

What: Riddells Creek Lions Park is a perfectly placed park with a variety of equipment which will keep children of any age occupied. There is a flying fox, half basketball court, spinning carousel as well as the traditional park apparatus. If you are gathering with friends there is a barbecue and tables under a centralContinue reading “Riddells Creek Lions Park”

Conglomerate Gully Walking Track

What: Having lived in the area for over thirty years, I cannot believe I did not know about this beautiful piece of wilderness! The Conglomerate Gully Walking Track is a fairly easy three kilometre circuit that makes for a wonderful family day out. The track features: a hut, lookout, conglomerate rock formations, and a seasonalContinue reading “Conglomerate Gully Walking Track”

Woodend Children’s Park

What: This is hands-down one of the best parks in the Macedon Ranges. There are so many different parts to this park that caters for all ages. There is an enclosed area which is ideal for younger children, a lookout in the middle of the park, a musical area with drums and pipes, a climbingContinue reading “Woodend Children’s Park”

Turpin Falls

What: Turpin Falls is a stunning natural wonder hidden amongst the green paddocks of Langley. There is a steep descent from the carpark down to the falls. It can be especially slippery when wet, so take care if you have younger children. Half way down there is a lookout overlooking the falls which is aContinue reading “Turpin Falls”

Macedon Ranges Mumma

Hi there! My name is Kat and I am Macedon Ranges Mumma. I have lived in the the Macedon Ranges and surrounds for almost all of my life and have been a mum for the last ten years. My main loves are my family, the beautiful area that I live in, and writing. The MacedonContinue reading “Macedon Ranges Mumma”