Telford Park All Abilities Sculpture Trail

Access info

The Telford Park All Abilities Sculpture Trail is located in Bacchus Marsh. 1.8km of all abilities trail winds its way up the slop of Telford Park to a indigenous sculpture, Binak Biik.

The trail circles around Telford Park with spots to sit and relax and provides options for longer or shorter loops, that lead to a lookout mound in the centre of the park.

The trail is suitable for wheelchair users and people using walking aids. Please ensure you are fully prepared before you go, including sturdy walking shoes, drinking water and sun protection.

Distance: 615m to lookout

Circuit: approximately 1250m

Elevation: 168m to 182m

Total climbing: 14m

Difficulty: Grade 1 (easy)

Content: Moorabool Shire Council

Accessibility Information

  • Actively welcomes people with access needs.

88 Wittick Street, Darley VIC 3340

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