Settle into the rugged mountain landscapes of Wartook Valley and marvel at the spectacular sunsets and sparkling night skies. Visit any time of the year and experience Aboriginal rock art and olive groves, waterfalls and inquisitive kangaroos. Sit back, relax and take in the marvellous scenery the valley has to offer or get out in the sunshine and experience the best of the bush.
Hit the nearby trails for a spot of bushwalking and keep an eye out for friendly wildlife and native fauna. Visit in springtime to see the vibrant wildflowers in full bloom. Horse riding, rock climbing and fishing opportunities abound all year round, while rev heads will love a quad bike tour of the valley.
Soak up the sounds of nocturnal wildlife in a bush tent or rammed earth cabin. Watch the sun rise and warm up over a billy tea in the morning before continuing your adventure.
A slower pace
See ancient Aboriginal rock art sites around Wartook before venturing out to nearby Mount Zero, Hollow Mountain and Mount Staplyton to explore the walking tracks that cut across the slopes. Spend a day visiting the gorges, lagoons and fern gullies around the MacKenzie and Beehive falls while you're in the area.
Drive by some of the largest olive groves in Victoria on your way out and stop off at local farm gates to stock up on quality olive oils and fresh produce.
When travelling to Wartook, you will be visiting the lands of the Wotjobaluk, Jaadwa, Jadawadjali, Wergaia and Jupagulk peoples of the Wotjobaluk Nations.