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No Prob Llama

Hanging Rock Reserve, Macedon Ranges, Victoria
It was time to escape the city once more so we wound through the suburbs and finally found ourselves on the freeway. Firth Park campground, nestled within the tall silver gums of Wombat State Forest, was our first destination. Without any need to rush we enjoyed the afternoon sitting around the campfire sampling delicious chocolate from our friends at RAW, and taking time to appreciate the natural surroundings as the sun dipped low in the sky. The following morning we woke up super excited, we were going on a Llama Trek! You couldn’t find a better host than Mark with his wealth of knowledge and his large group friendly Llamas to help us carry our lunch.

For this particular trek we were joined by 4 Llama friends going by the name of Pacha, Jango, Obe and Apache. The gentle grazers happily walked alongside us stopping every now and then to grab a tasty mouthful of grass or giving us a little nudge for a treat as we made our way towards the mysteriously enshrined landmark. It was a warm afternoon and we managed to find a shady spot to enjoy afternoon tea whilst Mark gave us an interesting insight to the world of Llama keeping and care. It was a great experience and the Llamas were very entertaining. As the day rolled on and we made our farewells to Mark and the Llama’s, it was getting late and we had one more spot to hit before dinner and sundown.

Trentham Falls is well known in the area, a high single drop waterfall with a cool rock pool at the base that flows into the creek. There isn’t an official path to the base of the falls and it’s not encouraged that you head down there. It’s actually incredibly easy to walk down the hill and find yourself enveloped in the spray of the falls as that cascade over the rocks. We enjoyed taking some time to relax and enjoy the sun setting behind the falls. The Llama trek had left us feeling weary and we decided it was time to head back for dinner and bed. Tomorrow we would return to the city, back to the hustle and bustle but at least we’re feeling refreshed and recharged and ready to take it on until our next adventure.
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3 Hour Hanging Rock Llama Trek

We ventured to a small farm just outside of Hanging Rock Reserve, so that we could get our hike on with our friendly guide Mark and his equally friendly Llamas. Now we really love animals, so the idea of any sort of furry animal accompanying us on an adventure had us giggling with excitement. Hanging Rock Llama treks offer a range of different experiences from an overnight experience to a 3 hour walk and afternoon tea....

3 Hour Hanging Rock Llama Trek

in Woodend, VIC
$60
per person

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  • Forest
  • Waterfall
Wombat State Forest
Firth Park campground, nestled within the tall silver gums of Wombat State Forest, was our first destination situated in the heart of the Macedon Ranges....
Trentham Falls
Trentham Falls is well known in the area, a high single drop waterfall with a cool rock pool at the base that flows into the creek....

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