Kulin Macrocarpa Trail
This flat 1.1km trail can be walked or driven and is suitable for 2WD vehicles, but not caravans or long vehicles. From September to November you will be treated to a spectacular display of wildflowers.
About the Trail
This trail is named after the beautiful Eucalyptus Macrocarpa, which is commonly found in this area.
The trail is a loop and should be driven in a clockwise direction. Keep to the right on your way around.
Numbered markers have been placed at intervals along the trail highlighting interesting features you may see. Download the brochure or pick one up from the Kulin Visitor Centre for more information about the markers
With a bit of luck goannas, bobtails and a variety of birds can be spotted while walking along the Macrocarpa Trail.
Watch out for snakes along the trail when walking. You may also encounter termite mounds in the middle of the track while driving.