From your chalets you can walk around the site and view the many Australian native/wildflower plants in beds and trail walks. Various sites have a plague naming the species on these trail walks. Also visit the labelled bush-food section. Wander the local ranges and walking tracks. The property has direct access to the King-Parrot creek for fishing, a local dam and Olive grove.
A local "King-Parrot Valley and Ranges" tourist drive is a good overview of the area. This drive takes around two hours and takes in the Tallarook State Forest and Mount Disappointment State Forest. A 4W/D vehicle is not needed for this trip. The roads are of a good gravel surface.
* Tallarook State Forest [5,100 hectares] [Mt Mickey 805 metres]
* Freeman's picnic ground and reserve with W.C.
* Horans/Spur road [spectacular ridge views to the valley of a thousand hills
* Murchison Gap
* Mount Disappointment State Forest [15,870 hectares] [796 metres]
* Murchison and Strath-Falls scenic reserve with picnic tables and seats
* Strath-Creek falls [50 metre high falls and cascades]. You can walk to the
base and back. W.C. a short drive away at No (1) camping ground.
Kinglake National park is 30 minutes to the south via Kinglake West. Many interesting walks and Mason falls with gas B.Q., picnic tables and W.C. View the magnificent mountain ash trees, largest of the Australian Eucalyptus.
Both National Parks and State Forests have excellent wildflowers in season.
Nearby local Wineries are open for tastings and sales in Seymour, Yea and the nearby Goulburn Valley.
Goulburn River is a short drive away in the heritage-listed Trawool Valley. Excellent Art Galleries in both the Trawool Valley and Yea. Heritage listed Historic buildings in both Yea and Seymour. Local Hotels/Bistro's/Restaurants a short drive away.
On site and local attractions/drives