Stewart Park

Positioned on the banks of Mount Emu Creek, home of the platypus.

Stewart Park was created in the 1980’s from the Police Paddocks in Skipton.

It is an environmental park along the banks of the Mount Emu Creek with access to visitors with a viewing platform for the healthy population of platypus in the creek.

Basic picnic facilities available, walks along Mount Emu Creek to view platypus and other wildlife.

Dogs on leash welcome.

Accommodation Nearby

Things To Do Nearby

Places To Eat & Drink

Bistro on Neylon

Cobden

DJ’s Cafe

Camperdown

Quick Stop Cafe

Camperdown

Mortlake Roadhouse

Mortlake

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