Where are we?
We are located in the iconic Waterwheel Building in the historical
township of Warburton, just 72km east of Melbourne. It is the furthermost
town on the Yarra River, lies downstream of the Upper Yarra Dam and is surrounded
by a variety of unique ecosystems, an abundance of native wildlife, conservation significant natural environments and heritage listed sites. Home to our critically endangered Victorian bird and animal emblems, this is the perfect place for exploration, research, wildlife spotting, bird watching, hiking and education.
Prepare to be wowed! This unique, fun & a little bit different interactive experience will delight. Under the forest canopy you will find a life-like wildlife display of taxidermy bird, reptile and mammal species. Let us introduce you to the incredible wildlife of the Central Highlands of Victoria. Have you ever felt the fur of a Platypus? or the quills of an echidna? ...
This 'outdoor classroom' at the foothills of the Great Dividing Range is home to the tallest flowering plant in the world, ancient rainforest's, to both the Victorian bird and animal emblems, an abundance of native wildlife, is the birth place of the Yarra River, it's ranges offer snow in winter and provide Melbourne with 80% of its fresh drinking water. Education heaven ...
Wominjeka yearmann koodee biik Wurundjeri balluk ... Welcome to the land of the Wurundjeri people. Explore the historical, environmental and ecologically significant Yarra River Catchment country. Pristine waterways, giant trees, ancient forests, an abundance of wildlife, country hospitality, local knowledge, picnics, swimming holes, snow and ...
so much more!