Stanley Park is a large Reserve in a natural bush setting.  It contains a native grassland area, diverse vegetation, several picnic areas and a hidden waterfall which runs through the park and cascades down a rocky ledge into a dense bush gully.  A wooden viewing platform overlooks the top of the falls and there is a stone path that leads to some stairs down to the fern gully – for those seeking a better view.

“I really enjoyed visiting Stanley Park Falls with my family – the kids loved the space to run around in the playground and the paddock, and the waterfall viewing areas are well located close to the waterfall to explore it from above and below” – Brad Neal, Author of Waterfall Seasons of Victoria – The Waterfall Guide.

Play equipment caters for younger children and lots of open space provides good opportunity for creative play and passive recreation.

Features:

  • Barbeque facilities
  • Native flora and fauna
  • Picnic tables
  • Playground equipment
  • Shaded areas
  • Shelters
  • Toilets
  • Pleasant walking tracks where koalas may sometimes be seen

Stanley Park can be accessed via Waterfalls Road or Salisbury Road.

 

Opening Hours

7 days per week

Features

  • Public Toilets
  • Picnic Facilities

How to get here

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