The Warburton Rainforest Gallery

Free experience
The Warburton Rainforest Gallery

What you can expect

Look out from the 40-metre observation platform 15 metres above the ground for spectacular views of the Warburton Rainforest. The observation platform is one of three in the country, making it a rare experience. Visitors can walk amongst the trees on the 350 metre elevated walkway and see some of the historic trees that have grown here for years. There are 65 metre tall old growth Mountain Ash trees, ancient Myrtle Beach trees believed to be 300 to 400 years old as well as ferns and mosses. Immerse yourself in the beautiful rainforest gallery surrounded by lush greenery and relax as the sounds of the forest fill your head. As you make your way along the walkway, there are several viewing points that look onto Cement Creek as it makes its way towards the Yarra River. A visit to the Warburton Rainforest Gallery is one not to be passed up, the beautiful colours of the rainforest and sounds of the native animals makes for an amazing trip.


What you need to know

  • Accessibility
  • The observation platform has no steps, suitable for wheelchairs and strollers
  • Handrails and safety fencing are on each side of the platform
  • Elevated walkway has many steps, not suitable for strollers, walking frames or wheelchairs
  • Off road parking available close to the observation platform
350 elevated walkway
Giant ancient trees
Lush rainforest views
Great views of Cement Creek
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