The entire complex is crossed by kilometres of mowed grass tracks. Good walking can also be found along the beach at low tide. The adventurous
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Walking and sightseeing
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The entire complex is crossed by kilometres of mowed grass tracks. Good walking can also be found along the beach at low tide.
The adventurous will enjoy the magnificent 360 degree view from “The Tower”. Access to “The Tower” is via the car park immediately north of the homestead and walking a gravel track through native grasslands. The track is 1.5 kilometres each way and is wheelchair accessible.
The RAAF airfield is still operational and watching planes is a popular visitor pastime.
02 Dec 2013
The "Loo with a view" located at Macalister Springs in the Alpine National Park was officially opened today. The "Loo with a view" replaces the old amenity that had begun to deteriorate and required significant maintenance. It is located next to the Vallejo Gantner Memorial Hut which is a popular…