Take a look back in time at the historic Hawkstowe Picnic Area. You'll be impressed by the brick and bluestone Le Page homestead, barn and stables. Take a walk around the picturesque lakes. Sit on the jetty and discover the abundant wildlife. Maybe the friendly kangaroos will come and visit…
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Change of conditions
- Blue Lake lookout is closed until further notice.
at Yellow Gum Recreation Area
Tuesday 23 April, 2013 |
A detailed accessibility assessment was completed in 2012 of:
- Hawkstowe Picnic Area
- Yellow Gum Recreation Area
- Yarrambat Picnic Area
- Red Gum Picnic Area
For photos and detailed information on these areas, click on the links below.
Yellow Gum Park offers spectacular views of the Plenty River and the surrounding park. Enjoy bird and wildlife watching, bushwalking, picnicking and barbecuing in natural surrounds. Try your luck at fishing in Blue Lake. Ensure you bring your own bait and have a current Victorian Amateur Fishing Licence. Yellow Gum…
Yarrambat Picnic Area provides the perfect spot for a family day out. Facilities include electric barbecues, picnic tables and a picnic shelter. Toilet facilities are also provided and have access for people with limited mobility. The area of park around the picnic area provides wide open spaces for playing cricket,…
The modern playground at Red Gum Picnic Area is the perfect place for children to play safely. Toilet facilities with parenting amenities and access for people with limited mobility are available. Accessibility Information Picnic Area Red Gum picnic area is a large, flat, grassed field easily accessed from the carpark.…
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11 Feb 2014
A role-play re-enactment of the horrific Loch Ard shipwreck was just one of the Shipwreck Tales activities for the Summer by the Sea program run for holiday makers along the Victorian coastline. At Loch Ard Gorge in Port Campbell, one of the two survivors from the 1878 shipwreck, Miss Eva…