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Attractions


BONNIE DOON RAIL TRAIL BRIDGE WALK
Enjoy this walk from Wilson Street (near the cemetery) across the old Railway Bridge at Bonnie Doon.

BRACK’S BRIDGE
Located on Howes Creek road at the Goughs Bay end.
20 minutes from Mansfield is a popular picnic and swimming spot on the banks of the Delatite River. The park is on the right hand side of the river. Bush toilets available.

CRAIG’S HUT
Built for the filming of The Man from Snowy River, Craig’s Hut is an Australian icon and one of the regions most popular 4WD destinations. Accessible by both 2WD and 4WD’s via the circuit Road on Mt. Stirling.  Please check with the information staff regarding road conditions.

FOOTBALL OVAL
Located on Highett Street Mansfield.
Cricket – Football – Netball-Junior playground equipment with shady picnic areas.

JAMIESON
Just 30 minutes drive from Mansfield.
Take a leisurely walk around this small township. In the 1850s its population was around 4,000. The town is at the junction of the Goulburn and Jamieson River where you can frolic in the rivers or fish. Shaded picnic ground located at Brewery Bridge, great for younger children to splash around in. Continue on to Kevington and Woods Point.

KANGAROO’S AT THE PINES
Turn into Goughs Bay Road and travel for approx. 7 kms then turn right into Walsh’s Road. Travel approx. 5 kms. On the left just before you get to the rangers hut you will see hundreds of kangaroos coming out to graze at twilight.

KELLY TREE
Located approximately 40 minutes from Mansfield & 15 minutes from Tolmie, the Kelly Tree is the site of the October 25th 1878 gunfight between the Kelly Gang and Mansfield Police.  Three Policemen (Sergeant Kennedy, and Constables Scanlon and Lonigan) were shot. Stringy-bark Camping Reserve is located nearby with toilet facilities. A memorial to these policemen is situated in the centre of the round about in Mansfield. Their graves can be found in the Mansfield cemetery.

LAKE EILDON TOURIST DRIVE
This 170km journey takes you on a circuit of Lake Eildon’s 515km shoreline.  Allow at least 4-5 hours.  Enjoy spectacular views and visit the towns of Eildon and Jamieson. There are two sections of unsealed roads, however all roads are maintained and able to be travelled in standard cars.

LAKE NILLAHCOOTIE
20 minutes drive from Mansfield towards Benalla on the Midland Hwy.
Facilities include BBQ, toilets and boat ramp. Perfect locations for sailing, swimming, water skiing, fishing or canoeing.

LAKE WILLIAM HOVELL
Whitfield-Cheshunt Road, Whitfield.
1 hour and 15 minutes drive from Mansfield, this lake is a popular haunt for Mansfield residents offering great swimming, canoeing and boating enjoyment. Enjoy a laid back day around the lake or have a BBQ while taking in the views. Toilets and BBQ facilities are available.

LORDS CRICKET GROUND
Corner Malcolm Street and Apollo Street.
Cricket pitch and practice nets available. (When not in use by clubs)

MANSFIELD BOTANIC PARK
East end of High Street over bridge.  Free electric BBQ facilities, toilets, cricket pitch, walking track, and playground equipment.

MANSFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY
“The Station” Precinct
175 High Street
Ph: (03) 5779 1094 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (03) 5779 1094      end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Hours:  Fri, Sat, Sun. 11am-3pm or by appointment.
Investigate Mansfield and District History from Information files, Microfiche Photographic Collection, Memorabilia and Maps. A pamphlet is available from the Information Centre or at the Historical Society to guide you on a walk around Mansfield’s historical township.

HIGH COUNTRY VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE
“The Station” Precinct
175 High Street
Mansfield
Ph. 1800 039 049 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              1800 039 049      end_of_the_skype_highlighting
This beautiful building was opened in June 2006, built with an emphasis on local history and Aboriginal heritage and features local stone work, rammed earth walls and huge red gum beams. Come and spend time in the courtyard, look and listen to “The Poles” as they describe Mansfield in by gone days. Come in and view the “Forest of Faces”, sit a while and watch the wide screen Audio Visual display of our beautiful country side. Take a stroll through the “Wetlands” and visit the “Scar Tree”. BBQ and Toilet facilities available.

MT BULLER
Just 45 minutes from Mansfield.
Mt Buller in the summertime is a place of beauty, fun and relaxation. Take a bushwalk, hire a bike, pack a picnic or eat out at one of the cafes. The Horsehill Chairlift is open 10am – 4pm during school holidays & each weekend up to & including Easter
Toilets, ATM, picnic tables and BBQ facilities available.

POWERS LOOKOUT
Just 45 minutes from Mansfield on the Tolmie-Whitfield road.
This lookout is believed to have been used by the bushranger Harry Powers. The lookout provides great views over the King Valley. There is a car park, picnic area with tables, chairs, undercover fireplaces, wood BBQ and toilets.

SEVEN CREEKS:
GOORAM FALLS & POLLY MCQUINNS RESERVE
Located 40 Minutes from Mansfield.  Travel the Maroondah Hwy to Merton then turn onto Euroa-Mansfield Rd and follow for a further 12km.  Set in the Strathbogie Ranges, this area is a wonderland to explore.  A unique system of granite outcrops, cascading waterfalls and deep pools.  Take the easy 400m walk to get a close up view of the powerfully gushing Gooram Falls.

SHEEPYARD FLAT
Howqua track via Merrijig.
A 30-40 minute drive from Mansfield. 2km past Merrijig, turn onto the Howqua Track for a winding descent into Sheepyard Flat.
You will find a great camping area with fireplaces, toilets & picnic tables and good fishing on the Howqua River. When you arrive find the marked scenic track from Sheepyard Flat to Fry’s Hut (60 mins return), gaining insights into the gold mining history of this area.  Further along the road from Sheepyard Flat is Tunnel Bend, a 100m long tunnel dug through rock by Chinese miners in the gold mining days.

MIRIMBAH PARK
Mt.Buller Road, Mirimbah.
Situated 25 minutes from Mansfield at the foot of Mt.Buller beside the Delatite River. Try your luck at fishing, take a dip in the river or take off on a bush walk from here. The park has playground equipment, toilets and complimentary gas BBQs.

MT SAMARIA STATE PARK
14km from Mansfield via the Mansfield-Whitfield Road.
Set in tall, shady eucalypt forest, the Mt Samaria range incorporates a variety of scenery. Spectacular vistas over the Victorian Alps, granite outcrops, high water- falls and historic remains.  Explore the park by foot, mountain bike or scenic drive and discover its beauty and tranquillity. Walking maps are available from Mansfield Visitor Information Centre.

LAKE EILDON TOURIST DRIVE
Collect your free map from the Mansfield Information Centre and away you go.  This 172.4km journey takes you on a circuit of Lake Eildon’s 515km shoreline.  Allow at least 4-5 hours.  Enjoy spectacular views and visit the towns of Eildon and Jamieson.  There are 40.6km of unsealed roads, however all roads are maintained and able to be travelled in everyday motor vehicles.

LAKE NILLAHCOOTIE
20 minutes drive from Mansfield towards Benalla on the Midland Hwy.

Facilities include BBQ, toilets and boat ramp. Perfect locations for sailing, swimming, water skiing, fishing or canoeing.