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Roxburgh Park: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Greenvale Reservoir Park


The grassy slopes of the park are popular with large groups for picnics and games. Trails wind through the park, offering glimpses of native birdlife and views of the water.

Things to see and do
- The park offers over 53ha for visitors to take in, explore and enjoy. Features include walking paths, large open spaces, picnic facilities and free gas barbecues
- Visitors can take a leisurely stroll through the 'Ironbark Trail' or have a picnic or barbecue
- Greenvale Reservoir Park offers many open spaces where you can enjoy the great outdoors, fly a kite or breathe in fresh air while going for a jog
- You can enjoy the peaceful surrounds and the tranquil views of the reservoir or simply relax under a tree and enjoy a sunny afternoon. The sound of birds and the breeze through the trees provides a relaxing change to the hustle and bustle of everyday city life
- One of the features of the park is 'Brodies Lakes'. This series of three ponds is ideal for observing birdlife and incorporating other wetland activities

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.





Somerton Rd
Greenvale, VIC, 3059

Located 5.3K from Roxburgh Park

Woodlands Historic Park


Woodlands Historic Park provides a fascinating glimpse of the landscapes and wildlife seen by European settlers in the 1840s. The park has a 150-year old homestead, Indigenous canoe trees, native woodland and grassland. The fenced 'Back Paddock' is a great spot to see kangaroos, birds and other wildlife.

Things to see and do
- Visit Woodlands Homestead. Hosts will provide interesting accounts of its many owners over the years.
- Enjoy a picnic among the magnificent River Red Gum trees at the Somerton Road picnic area
- Explore the 1.5 km Moonee Ponds Creek Nature Walk
- Wander through the fenced 'Back Paddock' and see kangaroos, birds and other wildlife
- Walk up Gellibrand Hill. Explore the granite boulders and enjoy panoramic views
- Find out more about guided walks, spotlight strolls and more
- Sign up with the Friends of Woodlands Historic Park Inc. and assist on a variety of projects
- Jog or ride a bike or horse along the tracks
- View kangaroos in their natural surroundings

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.





Somerton Rd
Greenvale, VIC, 3059

Located 7.7K from Roxburgh Park

Living Legends: The International Home of Rest for Champion Horses


Living Legends is where you can meet and mingle with retired champion racehorses such as Apache Cat, Better Loosen Up, Silent Witness and Melbourne Cup winners Might and Power, Brew, Doriemus and Rogan Josh.

Located six minutes door to door from Melbourne Airport with free parking, public tours of horses available at 11am and 2pm daily.

Enjoy Devonshire Tea or coffee in the Woodlands Historic Homestead, smell the roses in the heritage gardens; walk, run, climb or ride your bikes in the surrounding 1,500 acres of bush-land complete with kangaroos and abundant native bird life. Bring a picnic basket, plan a day trip- it's a place where people of all ages can relax and enjoy our legends in beautiful parklands.

Local pick up, tour booking and fully catered formal and informal function packages available year round.

Living Legends is an excellent destination for day trips or corporate functions with a difference, offering a range of different venue options, both formal and informal.

Activities: Woodlands Historic Park is over 700 hectares in total, with over 400 hectares of natural bushland. You will see mobs of kangaroos and other native animals as you walk, jog, or ride a bike or horse. Stop and enjoy a picnic amongst the magnificent River Red Gums, or in the homestead gardens.

Gardens: The Homestead is surrounded by magnificent gardens, with the magnolias being the oldest recorded European garden plants in Victoria.

Tours and Excursions: Living Legends is an ideal destinations for all ages- schools, service clubs, and community groups. For more details visit the website.





Oaklands Road
Greenvale, VIC, 3059

Located 8.6K from Roxburgh Park

Nioka Bush Camp


Nioka Bush Camp is a quiet retreat away from the stresses of city life. Stay overnight in the great outdoors, camping or in bunkhouse accommodation.

Explore the sights and sounds of of the bush on a pleasant bushwalk. The wildlife is varied and you might catch a glimpse of an Eastern Grey Kangaroo or a Sugar Glider.

Facilities provided include toilets, hot showers, non-powered campsites, bunkhouse accommodation, water, campfire ring (byo firewood), barbecues, hall with wood heater and kitchen.

Access the camp off Gordons Road via Plenty Road in South Morang.

Camping at Nioka Bush camp is by prior booking only. You can book online or call.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.





Gordons Rd
South morang, VIC, 3752

Located 12.8K from Roxburgh Park

Brimbank Park


Just a short drive from the heart of the city is the Maribyrnong Valley Parklands featuring Brimbank Park and Horseshoe Bend Farm. The parklands offer ideal settings for picnics, walks along the extensive network of trails, fishing, canoeing and bird watching, all set within peaceful parklands surrounded by prolific birdlife.

Things to see and do
- Watch for the many water birds and enjoy the scenic walking tracks or stop in at the cafe
- Enjoy meeting the animals at Horseshoe Bend Farm
- Walk along the Australian Plant Trail and experience the colour and beauty of plants suitable for growing in the Keilor area
- Cycle along the wide paths. The main trail follows the river and forms a circuit of 4.3 kilometres. It links to the Maribyrnong River Trail, making it possible to walk or cycle from Keilor along the river as far as Footscray

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.




Keilor Park Drv
Keilor East, VIC, 3033

Located 12.9K from Roxburgh Park

Hawkstowe Picnic Area


Take a look back in time at the historic Hawkstowe Picnic Area. You'll be impressed by the brick and bluestone Le Page homestead, barn and stables.

Take a walk around the picturesque lakes. Sit on the jetty and discover the abundant wildlife. Maybe the friendly kangaroos will come and visit you.

The picnic area has toilets, electric barbecues and picnic shelters.

Things to see and do
- Take a look back in time at the historic Hawkstowe farm complex, which sits elegantly on the hill with views of the entire Park. This area consists of the brick and bluestone Le Page homestead, barn and stables
- Extensive restoration works have been undertaken on the homestead building in recent times, returning it to its 1860's period. Surrounding the homestead is a cottage garden with mature exotic trees. The garden is maintained by volunteer members from the Mill Park Garden Club
- The Le Page Homestead is the home base for Plenty Valley Arts Inc, who offer arts based activities and events to the broader community. The homestead gallery is open to the public for inspection and sales by appointment
- On the first and third Sunday of each month a local woodcarver shows his artwork and sells his products
- The playground is the perfect place for the children to play safely
- Take a walk around the picturesque lakes. Sit on the jetty and discover the abundant wildlife
Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.





Gordons Rd
South morang, VIC, 3752

Located 12.9K from Roxburgh Park

Bundoora Homestead Art Centre


Built in 1899, Bundoora Homestead is a magnificent Queen Anne style Federation mansion operating as a historic house, art gallery and cafe, registered by Heritage Victoria and certified by the National Trust.

Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is the public art gallery for the City of Darebin hosting contemporary visual arts and craft exhibitions, a public education program including artist talks, workshops and events, A selected range of Bundoora Homestead and exhibition merchandise is also available for sale.

Bundoora Homestead's caf? offers a seasonal menu of fresh market and quality commercial produce. Set amidst heritage gardens and located in the elegant drawing room, it is the perfect location for dining in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Bundoora Homestead Art Centre maintains excellent disability access including a lift, on-site car parking and is situated close to public transport.

Bundoora Homestead Art Centre car park entrance via Prospect Hill Drive, Bundoora.




7-27 Snake Gully Drive
Bundoora, VIC, 3083

Located 12.9K from Roxburgh Park

Roxburgh Park: Events

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience at CountryPlace Hotel


Fabulous weekend Get-Away. Dinner, Show, Bed and Breakfast. The fun starts as the audience waits to be seated and then hurtles along for two hours of fully immersive, highly improvised comedy theatre. Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve up some madcap mayhem and a three-course meal with the audience playing the part of their restaurant diners.

Chaos in the dining room. Enter the world of the snobbish, manic Basil, his domineering wife Sybil and their hopelessly language-challenged waiter, Manuel.

Be one of the steady stream of bemused guests trying to make Manuel understand what it is you want. Ask for an ice bucket and you may just be presented with a nice bucket. A simple procedure like opening a bottle of wine can become a huge drama, and maybe during all this you might get some service, Faulty style of course.


Event Dates
2016
      21st May
      25th Jun


180 Olinda Creek Road
Kalorama, VIC, 3766

Located 7.9K from Roxburgh Park

Coburg Farmers' Market


Your local accredited farmers' market in Coburg. Proudly presented by Melbourne Farmers Markets, Coburg Farmers Markets brings you the very best local, seasonal produce at the best prices.

Held every second and fourth Saturday in the grounds of the Coburg North Primary School, there is always a great supply of fresh vegetables, seasonal fruits, nuts, oils, meats, eggs, bread, cheeses, chickens,pies, sweets, wine and more from over 30 stallholders. Picked, baked and made fresh for the markets, you won't taste better produce!

The market stalls merge around a big central playground which is great for kids and there is an undercover area for shaded outdoor seating. As well as fresh goods from farmers and growers who come from all regions across Victoria to attend, Coburg Farmers Market features live music entertainment and various popular breakfast stalls.

With no wholesalers and no middle-men, accredited Farmers' markets guarantee that you are buying direct from our hardworking Victorian producers, so they earn the full dollar. Shop local and join the local food revolution.

Entry to the market is by gold coin donation which supports Coburg North Primary School's programs.

The market is plastic-bag free so bring your own bag. It is easily accessible by public transport and bicycle, plus parking is readily available.

Melbourne Farmers Markets is dedicated to Victorian food and producers, regional food cultures, seasonal produce, biodiversity, sustainable farming practices and the strengthening of relationships between the consumer and the producer. Visit their website to find your nearest market.


Event Dates
2016
      9th Jan
      23rd Jan
      13th Feb
      27th Feb
      12th Mar
      26th Mar
      9th Apr
      23rd Apr
      14th May
      28th May
      11th Jun
      25th Jun
      9th Jul
      23rd Jul
      13th Aug
      27th Aug
      10th Sep
      24th Sep
      8th Oct
      22nd Oct
      12th Nov
      19th Nov
      10th Dec
      24th Dec


180 O'Hea Street
Coburg, VIC, 3058

Located 11.2K from Roxburgh Park

Round She Goes Fashion Market


Round She Goes Fashion Market is taking over the Coburg Town Hall with 60 hand-picked stallholders who will be selling women's pre loved designer fashion, quality vintage and retro fashion, handmade jewellery and accessories from some of Melbourne's most talented accessory makers.

If you love fashion and a bargain, you cannot afford to miss this event. Round up your lady pals, and do not miss this affordable and very fun girls day out.

Round She Goes is completely indoors and have a pop up cafe with an expert barista.

The market runs from 10:00am until 3:00pm.


Event Dates
2016
      5th Jun


90 Bell Street
Coburg, VIC, 3058

Located 12.0K from Roxburgh Park

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