Things to do

 

Trail walking & Hiking
With dozens of sign posted walking trails throughout the property each with varying levels of difficulty.
You can enjoy those early morning short walks or select one of the more difficult trails and get
that heart racing.

Fishing
All forms of trout fishing down by the river are available and are a great way to pass the time.
Or try your luck in the trout stocked dam for an easier catch.
(You need to supply your own fishing tackle and hold a
Current Victorian Fishing Licence.
(NO licence is required to fish from the dam.)

Kayaking , Canoeing & Swimming & more fishing
With Blue Rock Lake only 10 minutes away, enjoy hours of fun on
the water in summer.

Winter Snow Fun
This is the time of year when the Mt Baw Baw comes alive !
During the winter months enjoy all kinds of snow activites at Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort.
With over 35 hectares of groomed runs, seven ski lifts, two snow play areas, 10kms of
groomed x-country ski trails & unlimited terrain amongst the snowgums to explore, you will
be hard pressed to find a better outdoor venue so close to Melbourne.
Travel time from High Peaks Cottages to Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort can be anywhere
from 45 minutes to an hour depending
on road conditions.
TRANSPORT SERVICE TO MT BAW BAW ALPINE RESORT
Mountain Top Experience provide a professional transport service to Mt Baw Baw Alpine resort.
They will pick up from your cottage and deliver you to Mt Baw Baw for a great day of
snow activities and return you back safely at the end of the day.
More details available at www.mountaintopexperience.com or phone (03) 5134 6876

Gold Fossicking & Prospecting
The High Peaks property has a colourful history dating back to the late 1800's when gold was first
discovered in the Tanjil River and surrounding gullies.
Try your luck panning the river, or if you own a Gold Detector bring it along, you never know your luck.

Bird watching & local wildlife
With an amazing abundance of wildlife and birds, the property is an ornithologists paradise.
During the winter months you can see wild deer, wallabies, wombats, sugar gliders, and owls.

During the summer months, giant Lace monitor lizards around 6 feet in length are not uncommon.

Just relax & unwind
Or if you prefer, you can just sit back relax, enjoy the wildlife and the scenery.

 

Posted: 23/07/2017

During the month of August the Walhalla Vinter Ljusfest is well worth a visit.
http://www.visitwalhalla.com/index.php?EXP=980

 

Visiting local attractions:

Mt Baw Baw Alpine Village    (03) 5165 1136

Noojee Township & Local Attractions-:
Toorongo Falls Reserve
The Ada Tree
Nojee Trestle Bridge

Historic Walhalla      1800 621 409

High Peaks Management loves to promote other local businesses within Gippsland and surrounding areas and we hope you will visit many of the exciting natural attractions that are up for offfer during your stay.