This peaceful natural walk follows the Wimmera River on the North side of Horsham. It has three indigenous heritage signs, picnic tables and jetties along the track
Starting at the Riverside Bridge just out of Horsham the track follows the river North on the west side of the Wimmera River. There is the option of following the dirt vehicle access road or the single file pedestrian track closer to the river. Both tracks can become quite muddy during wet weather conditions. The jetties and picnic tables provide a great opportunity to enjoy a peaceful rest along the way.
This was rebuilt in 1962. When water is low stumps of the first bridge can be seen on the north side. This bridge was subject to regular flooding.
The Bidjin (meaning freshwater mussel) sign is from the Wergaia indigenous language of the Wimmera.
Right near the Bidjin sign is a jetty and picnic bench where you can enjoy a peaceful rest.
Wirringgal (meaning Golden Perch) is also from the Wergaia indigenous language.
Located just near the Wirringgal sign is another opportunity to enjoy a rest or walk along the jetty
Yalam (meaning Waterhole) is the last of the three indigenous signs along this particular part of track.
Located near the Yalam sign is another opportunity to enjoy a walk out close to the water and chance to rest yourlegs and enjoy a snack.