Grey St Playground Jamieson

On your visit to Jamieson, stop a while at the end of Grey St and let the kids run around and play in the playground. This is also the start of the Paw Prints walk – a great kid’s activity. Meanwhile you can relax on the lush grassy riverbank, or fire up the barbeques for…

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Perkins St Picnic Area Jamieson

At the end of Perkins St in Jamieson, right beside the Jamieson River, you will find the perfect place to share a snack or just take some time out and relax. Take a moment to look at the birds – you are sure to see some ducks going by, and maybe a parrot or two.…

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Mansfield Botanic Park Adventure Playground

Catering for a wide range of ages, the Adventure Playground at the Mansfield Botanic Park is the perfect spot to relax and spend time with friends and family. The big kids will love the ropes course and the racing flying foxes whilst the younger aged kids will love exploring cubbies and sand pit area with…

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Jamieson Arboretum

A combined effort of the Jamieson Community, the Arboretum in Chenery St was planted in 1989 on the old pine plantation site, to become a picturesque addition to town. From the top of the arboretum the views over town and the surrounding mountains are stunning. Especially spectacular in Autumn. A grassed path leads up to…

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Jamieson Paw Prints Walk

The Paw Prints Walk is Jamieson’s newest outdoor activity and a fun adventure for the whole family. The Jamieson Paw Prints Walk will take your kids on a fun and educational treasure hunt through the beautiful twin river town. Grab your map and questionnaire at the reception of the Jamieson Caravan Park, or Mansfield Visitor…

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Lake Nillahcootie

Lake Nillahcootie is located on the Broken River in north-eastern Victoria, 36 kilometres south of Benalla. Bordering the edge of the Mount Samaria State Park, Lake Nillahcootie is a beautiful location with plenty to offer. Lake Nillahcootie is a popular place for fishing, swimming and boating. It also has excellent picnic facilities and an attractive…

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Jamieson Significant Trees Self Guided Walk

The small picturesque township of Jamieson, approximately 40 kilometres south of Mansfield, features a range of significant trees, many exotic species and many dating back to the 1800s, planted by the early pioneers. Take a self-guided walk around the township and admire the trees selected for their historic or botanic significance, especially beautiful in Autumn.…

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High Country Gardens, Cafe, Gallery and Maze

An enchanting world of gorgeous gardens filled with art and magical creatures awaits just 15 minutes from Mansfield. Situated in the Alpine foothills this two-hectare award winning garden blooms with hundreds of roses, carpets of spring bulbs, stunning perennials, and deciduous trees. Their garden café serves Devonshire Teas, and lunch straight from the garden made…

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Lords Oval

With its white picket fence and manicured green oval, the Lords Reserve has the air of an old English cricket ground – and it is indeed home to the Delatite Cricket Club and the Mansfield Croquet Club. Enjoy a stroll around the oval as you watch local sporting enthusiasts battle it out. In summer, it…

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