MacKenzie Falls are the largest and most popular waterfall in the Grampians and flow all year round. The walk to the lookout is suitable for a pram. The most spectacular view is seen from the viewing platform on the right-hand branch of the track. Broken Falls are accessed from the same car park.
The Grampians offer a stunning backdrop on the pram friendly Settlers Walk, Cavendish. The trail takes you past 600 year old Red Gums as you follow the meandering Wannon River.
A pram friendly walk to a lookout over Broken Falls in The Grampians. Make sure to stay to the left past the MacKenzie Falls Lookout track.
The ancient landscape of The Grampians is best seen here. Make your way through woodland and forest for stunning views of The Balconies, across the valley, the Moora Moora reservoir and the Western Plains beyond the Black Range.
Alexandra Gardens Lake Walk in Ararat is a short walk with loads to see including Asian Garden, Herb Garden, Native Garden, Fernery, Glasshouse and Shade House. Click here for a map. A must do when visiting the Grampians region.
Start at the Halls Gap shops near Stony Creek and follow Fyans Creek to Delleys Bridge before returning the same way. “http://www.youtube.com/embed/wv8zhhF6zgg” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>
Ngamadjidj is a short self-guided circuit walk to a very important Aboriginal rock art site. Gulgurn Manja means hands of young people. Displays of hand prints of young children. Both shelters are accessible from Stapylton campground.
The Peter Francis Points Arboretum in Coleraine is an impressive collection of Australian native plants and is a suitable for prams. The Arboretum maintains in excess of 10,000 plants, including 63 rare and endangered species. There are over 4 km of walking tracks throughout this magnificent site.