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3380 Maroondah Highway

Taggerty, Victoria, 3714

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Marysville

 

Approximately 20 minutes’ drive from Taggerty. An ideal destination for lovers of the great outdoors and nature.

  • Steavenson Falls - An easy 700 metre walk takes you to an awe-inspiring view of one of Victoria’s highest waterfalls.

  • Cambarville Trails - The Cambarville Historic area is located 18km along the road from Marysville and is a wonderful place to immerse yourself in the region’s gold and logging history, as well as walk beneath some of Victoria’s tallest trees. There is a short historic township walk and a longer forest and waterfall walk for the more energetic. A major point of interest is the ‘Big Tree’ – a 400-year-old giant standing 85 metres above the forest floor. Just nearby is the Big Culvert, the largest and most accessible of the road’s five historic arched bridges, which are still in use today.

  • Marysville Township - Visit quaint little shops such as Country Touch, Lit & Beyond or the famous Marysville Old Fashioned Lolly Shop and Produce store. Visit the Visitor Information Centre and Art Space which hosts a variety of exhibitions and events.

 

  • Bruno’s Art & Sculpture Garden – 51 Falls Road, Marysville – Open 10:00am to 5:00pm 7 Days a Week, a small admission fee applies, but it is definitely worth it. Original and unique artworks by sculptor and painter Bruno Torfs. Set amongst the luscious rainforest setting Bruno’s collection of unforgettable characters bring joy to every visitor. Get lost in this magical, mystical world that has been sculptured by Bruno himself. The kids will not want to leave.

 

  • Buxton Trout & Salmon Farm – 2118 Maroondah Highway, Buxton – Open 9:00am to 5:00pm 364 Days a Year. Just past the turn off to Marysville, Buxton Trout & Salmon Farm offer a variety of streams with different sizes and fish. Great for the kids or those first time anglers. All equipment provided or BYO, and they will even clean your “catch” free of charge. There is a great BBQ & picnic area, so you can make a day of it (BYO utensils, cutlery etc).

Rubicon Valley

 

Approximately 15 minutes’ drive from Taggerty. Explore the historic mining and forestry area of the Rubicon Valley. Visit the Royston Hydro-power station, take a walk along the historic “Trestle Bridge” or talk a walk through the beautiful forest. For those 4WD enthusiasts there is some great tracks plenty of fun to be had.

 

  • Snobs Creek Falls - These falls drop more than 100 metres over a series of rocky outcrops and offer spectacular views. There is a short walk from the carpark to viewing platforms.

 

  • Morris Lookout - Is a short drive (4WD only) from the camping areas and provides stunning views of the surrounding area, including the townships of Thornton and Eildon. Access to the lookout is via Herbs Rd. This road is closed during the winter months (see Seasonal Road Closures below for more information).

 

  • Mt Torbreck Summit - Rising to an altitude of 1516 m, is a 2 km walk (one-way) from the Barnewall Plains visitor area on Barnewall Plains Rd. The walk takes approximately 2 hours return and is steep and rocky in sections. On a clear day, views from around the summit are breathtaking and well worth the long climb.

 

  • Kendalls Link Trail - Is a short 1.1 km walk. This flat, well formed track is a great short stroll through the riparian bush.

 

  • Cicada Circuit Trail - Is a 6.1 km return loop which takes in both sides of the Rubicon River. The trail meanders along the river for a large part of the walk which is perfect for taking in the sounds of the river, the birds and the rustling trees. Cross the bridge over the pipeline and follow the road towards Camp Jungai and back onto the trail. The remainder of the trail passes through the bush.