Located just a few minutes walk from the town centre, the Botanic Gardens are a little-known gem of the town.
The sprawling 12-acre garden features beautiful wooded areas of well stablished trees – a mix of European trees and natives, some over 100 years old. These provide a stunning background for the Korumburra Tourist Park (caravan park).
There are several walking paths around the park, including between Bridge St and Bourke St.
Olsen’s Walk follows the banks of Coalition Creek across picturesque foot bridges and wanders through mostly native bush land. It is 700m in length and takes approximately 15 minutes.
As you stroll, you’ll be greeted by and hear a variety of bird life and likely see some native birds.
Open grassy areas offer visitors a relaxing environment for a picnic and a wonderful place to stroll or rest. There is also an under cover dining area, including two rotundas with tables, but no public toilets or BBQ.
The park is dog-friendly with both on-leash and off leash areas.