Discover our ten favourite parks in the Macedon Ranges and surrounds. There is sure to be some that suit your family.
Trentham Falls is a stunning natural wonder in the heart of the Macedon Ranges. The kids will love the easy walk and marvel at this beautiful waterfall.
Camel’s Hump is not just for climbers. There is an easy track that families will love. Walk to the top of the mountain for magnificent views and enjoy the peaceful flora and fauna along the way.
The most beloved park in Gisborne, Gisborne Adventure Playground has a variety of equipment for all ages set alongside the Gisborne Botanic Gardens’ lush grass and beautiful old world trees.
Stanley Park Waterfall is a peaceful retreat only a short drive from Melbourne, nestled at the base of the stunning Mount Macedon.
What: Firth Park is a serene camping spot or the perfect place for a day trip adventure. There is a lovely waterhole where you can try your hand at yabbying or fishing, plenty of tracks for walking or riding on (including a 2.6 kilometre return walk to the Saw Mill). There is ample space toContinue reading “Firth Park”
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”
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”