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THINGS TO SEE & DO : NATURAL WONDERS


Black Range State Park

Black Range is a relatively quiet and remote park that offers the experienced walker opportunities to experience some of its unique flora, fauna and cultural history. Nearby areas such as Rocklands Reservoir and the Grampians National Park provide a range of recreational opportunities including 4WDriving, camping, fishing and water sports.

1800 807 056
Off Henty Highway, Balmoral

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Grampians National Park

Renowned for rugged moutain ranges, rich cultural heritage and breathtaking scenic views, the 168 000 hectare park is ideal for a wide range of outdoor activities. With over 52 walks around the area, plus plenty of guided tours there is ample opportunity to explore the grampians in its entirety.

Some of the more popular walks and areas of interest in the Southern Grampians include Mount Sturgeon, Mount Abrupt, Picanninny and the Chimney Pots.

1800 807 056

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HIRL Parklands & Bandicoot Enclosure

Visit HIRL and Walk into the Parklands to see the Barred Bandicoots in their Parklands Enclosure. This enclosure contains an area of 100 ha of plains grassy woodland enclosed by a 1.8 m high electrified predator control fence More than 120 bandicoots were released into the reserve between 1991 and 2003. In 2007, another 30 bandicoots were released. Evidence of breeding was noted just three weeks after the release. The population is increasing and now occupies the entire reserve.
Volunteers at HIRL pride themselves at planting, fostering and maintaining a wonderful collection of native flora.
Take a stroll through out magnificent parkland and gardens to see the beautiful collection of Native Flora, in its natural state. Stop for a while and hear and see the many native birds that utilise this fantastic resource. Local native plants have been grown to foster the establishment of our native bird species.

03 5572 3699
333 North Boundary Road Hamilton

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Lake Hamilton

Lake Hamilton is a 38 hectare area built in 1977 by damming the Grange Burn. Home to many birds the lake is set in a quite area where all the family can relax and unwind.

1800 807 056
Rippon Road or off Mill Road

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Lava Blister (Tumuli)

West of Byaduk Caves, near the limits of the Harman’s Valley flow are a number of unusual clusters known as Lava Tumuli or ‘Blisters’. Lava Tumuli are clusters of unusual circular mounds or hammocks of rocks, up to 10 meters high and 20 meters in diameter, caused by the lava flow.
The Lava Tumuli can be seen also the edge of the Harman’s Valley flow at Wallacedale, 13km west of Byaduk Caves on the Old Crusher Road.

1800 807 056
Old Crusher Road, Byaduk

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