The Warburton Rain Forest Gallery, a raised walkway that stretches for 40 meters, is located halfway up Mt. Donna Buang.
One of three unique observation platforms in Australia, the gallery offers breathtaking views of the rainforest below. From the platform, visitors get a bird’s eye view of the many trees, some as tall as 65 meters.
Warburton RainForest Gallery Walk Address, Donna Buang
There are a couple of viewing spots at the Warburton Rain Forest Gallery where visitors can relax with the background of chirping birds and flowing waters of Cement Creek below. The view from the rain forest gallery makes for amazing photographic shots so nature photographers are certain to enjoy their experience.
Importantly, the 40-metre observation platform has no steps with a level floor surface consisting of steel grating suitable for wheelchairs and strollers. Handrails and safety fencing are on the sides of the platform.
Why not continue your journey up the mountain to the summit of Mt. Donna Buang and climb up the 21-metre high lookout tower which offers panoramic views over Melbourne, the Yarra Valley, Dandenong and Cathedral Ranges, Mount Baw Baw and the Alps. It is also a popular picnic area and starting point for many of the walks on the mountain. There is also a picnic area located here which has BBQ’s, picnic tables and toilets.
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