Family Friendly Walks

Grab the whole family, young and old to explore one of these walks.

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Female walking through the main entrance of the Camperdown Botanic Garden

Camperdown Botanical Gardens

These magnificent  gardens are perched above the two volcanic crater lakes of Lake Bullen Merri and Lake Gnotuk and are a...

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View of the rotunda

Tandarook Botanic Gardens

Tandarook Botanic Gardens, established in 1981, are located in a part of town and on a property that has had many...

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Person sitting at the end of the jetty at Lake Tooliorook

Lake Tooliorook

Picturesque sand bottomed Lake Tooliorook is located 5km from Lismore. The lake offers good fishing and boating amenity and...

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Panoramic view of Mount Noorat with the plains in the background

Mount Noorat summit and crater loop 2.4km

Distance: 2.4km Elevation:...

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Terang Dry Lake Walk

An interesting trail that chronicles the science and history of the dry lake bed situated on the pretty lowland of the town’s...

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View of Simpson Lake with the rotunda in the background and a bench in the foreground

Heytesbury Settlement Historical Park

The Heytesbury Settlement Historic Park is located on the banks of Simpson Lake and commemorates the development of the...

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Little boy and little girl on their bike at Koroit Botanic Gardens

Koroit Botanic Gardens

Take a break in the refreshing, green Koroit Botanic...

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Come and experience the stunning natural surrounds of the Volcanic Lakes and Plains. Use our interactive map to plan your journey. Try out some of...

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