Grange Burn Picnic Area

GPS: -37.74411 , 142.03209
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Day Rest AreaToiletsDrinking WaterHose Attachment TapMobile Phone CoverageShadePicnic TablesBBQBinPets WelcomeBird WatchingWalkingPhoto Opportunity
  • Day Use Area
  • Place of Interest
Holden Street
Hamilton VIC 3300
  • Flushing toilets
  • BBQs and picnic tables
  • Platypus habitat
  • Australia's first Anzac Avenue
  • Steam locomotive
  • Hose connecter taps
Last updated by Clyde Camel on 31st May, 2014
Grange Burn Picnic Area is located on the bank of this reedy waterway which is a platypus habitat and conservation area. It is also host to Australia's first Anzac Avenue, a grove of eucalyptus trees planted in 1917 by school children.
There are sheltered BBQs and picnic tables and bins. There is a steam locomotive preserved here with a walkway that allows you to get up close to this K177 loco.

There is no caravan parking here, but there is a small circular car park that most motorhomes and campervans could use. The street is not wide enough for parking on.
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