The Yarriambiack Creek is a major feature of Warracknabeal and the walk along the creek is quite remarkable. There are a number of walking bridges that cross the creek and offer a variety of tracks.
The Yarriambiack Creek is a major feature of living in Warracknabeal and the walk along the creek is quite remarkable. There are a number of walking bridges that cross the creek and so you can chose how much walking you feel like doing. The walk above starts at a wonderful park filled with animals such as Kangaroos and Goats and birds in aviaries such as peacocks, parrots, budgies etc.. The walk follows the creek and covers a wide range of bushland filled with birds, wild Kangaroos, Wallabies as well.
A great activity for the kids in the flora and fauna park
There are clean public toilets in the park
There are a few covered BBQ and picnic areas in the Lions Park
There are loads of animals in pens, including goats and guinea pigs and many birds such as parrots and even peacocks and peahens.
There are loads of guinea pigs in a pen and they are so friendly for kids and adults alike
This is where the real track starts for the walk
If you have a need for seating along the way, you will find plenty of places to spend some time at a picnic or rest beside the creek..
There are loads of scenic views and wonderful bird life in the trees.
There is a very well made boardwalk that keeps the walk beside the creek and away from the road and cars.
There are many great photo opportunities at the creek
I find the whole creek area very appealing for walks
The Woolcock Street walking bridge
Plenty of seating around the walks
Under the trees along the walk
More views along the creek
The main walk bridge across the end of the creek
Bicentennial Park has a picnic area and covered BBQ area