Ideal for swimming and water skiing. The bushland glows with orchids during the wildflower season.
Has been restored and now houses a museum of items from pioneering days.
Built in 1872, the adjoining cemetery contains graves of early settlers.
Has strangely shaped rock formations within easy distance of the road. Nature has moulded these rocks into distinguishable shapes such as Castle Rock, Sheep's Head and Devil's Slide. The heavy rainfal...
Barbeque & picnic facilities.
constructed in the 1850's and decorated with tools & impliments from the early years.
Quarried for granite during the 1960's & the blasting has created a spectacular cliff face. The native wildflowers in spring are scattered along the river banks and across the rock itself.
a popular stop over point, the area is renowned as one of the world's most spectacular wild flower areas and a bushwalker's delight.
Covers 242,739ha and has an abundance of wildflowers during the season.