Warburton Rainforest Gallery

Warburton Rainforest Gallery

Warburton Rainforest Gallery
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Brendan P
Melbourne, Australia6 contributions
Jul. 2023 • Couples
We looked at the rainforest when we were returning from Mt Donna Buang as it was on the same road. The waterfall was excellent and the steps were hard work
Written 20 July 2023
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catkid3
Victoria, Australia148 contributions
Jul. 2022
We'd never heard of this gem and decided to visit while in Warburton, and we were surprised at how peaceful it was. We came away with plenty of photos, especially of the mini waterfall. Only downside was part of the walking track was closed when we visited due to storm damage, but that was understandable. Be prepared for lots of stairs!
Written 14 July 2022
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Jane C
Melbourne, Australia32 contributions
Jun. 2022
If you want a souvenir, this is the place to buy work by local artists, ranging from jewellery and scarves to wooden benches and paintings.
Written 19 June 2022
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chuckymustdie
Australia647 contributions
Jan. 2022
We were driving up to the Mt. Donna Buang peak and came across this place. Didn’t even know it existed. So glad we decided to stop and investigate. This walk is spectacular. It is a well-constructed boardwalk that takes you on a circular hike through pristine old growth forest. So lush and green with towering trees and ferns and heaps of birds chattering away in the bush. Well worth the visit and hardly any people there.
Written 26 April 2022
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Traveller
Melbourne, Australia15,743 contributions
Mar. 2022
My wife and I visited this place during our drive to Mount Donna Buang. We enjoyed our previous visit last year and wanted to see it again.

The Rainforest Gallery in Warburton is one of the Yarra Valley’s hidden gems. The pristine rainforest can be viewed from the Skywalk, a 15m-high aerial walkway, and another walkway that descends into the rainforest.

The 40m long aerial walkway or observation platform, named the Skywalk, takes us into the rainforest canopy 15m above ground for views of the tree tops and forest floor.

In addition to the 40m long Skywalk aerial walkway, we head down the steps on the 350m long elevated walkway that takes us through the rainforest.

Myrtle Beech are the common rainforest trees here. Many are 300 - 400 years old. Mountain Ash eucalypts tower above - 60 to 70m tall and 250 to 300 years old.

The rainforest walkway leads down into the rainforest and through tree-fern gullies to Cement Creek. There is the sound of water flowing in Cement Creek on its journey to the Yarra River.
Written 21 March 2022
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Traveller
Melbourne, Australia15,743 contributions
Jun. 2021
My wife and I visited this place in conjunction with a visit to Marysville for a holiday. This Rainforest walk is refreshing and scenic. We enjoyed the views, the fresh air and exercise.

Free entry makes it even better.
Written 28 June 2021
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Oldjack
Greater Melbourne, Australia27,764 contributions
Apr. 2021
On the way up to Mt Donna Buang you will find the Rainforest Gallery to the right where the road does a switch-back.There is a observation platform that juts out from the road and allows you to see the middle and tops of some of the giant mountain ash. There are also stairs down to the base of the trees.
Written 30 April 2021
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Dean Mc
3 contributions
Apr. 2021
So amazing! We just stumbled across this place by accident driving past and it did not disappoint us! Absolutely stunning views and sounds
Written 11 April 2021
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Gladesville22
Melbourne, Australia138 contributions
Apr. 2021 • Couples
Wonderful walk through the wonderful Mountain Ash and germs. Very short only 350 metres. Over quickly.
Written 8 April 2021
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Kerrin F
37 contributions
Feb. 2021
Easy gentle walk amongst and above the rainforest. Absolutely beautiful! About a 20 minute circuit if you don’t stop often but it really is well worth doing so to appreciate this magnificent piece of Australian natural vegetation history!
Written 20 February 2021
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