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Yea Wetlands

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Great for a short stroll or a long visit

As you walk past the visitor center and pillars of support look down to learn! The trails have... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2018
Daniela G
Nice little walk

Nice area to have lunch and go for a walk along the boardwalk.Walk usually only takes about 20... read more

Reviewed 7 April 2018
MOLLY_CHICK
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Yea, Victoria 3717, Australia
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

As you walk past the visitor center and pillars of support look down to learn! The trails have great info spots and the bridges are an interesting design too. The hay bails are always changing and if your into Pokémon Go there are Stops and...More

Thank Daniela G
Reviewed 7 April 2018

Nice area to have lunch and go for a walk along the boardwalk.Walk usually only takes about 20 minutes.

Thank MOLLY_CHICK
Reviewed 12 February 2018

There is a rather quick turn into this reserve as you drive out of Yea towards Mansfield. I have gone past many times but stopped for the first time just recently. It's not big, but it's next to the Billabong and there were ducks and...More

Thank Bob L
Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

This pleasant, relaxing 45 min stroll through the wetlands is accessible to all. Excellent interpretive signage exists....but its amazing what you may see/encounter if you take your time. Enter or leave through the adjoining award winning Y Water Discovery Centre to round off your visit.

Thank Russell W
Reviewed 19 December 2017

If you're not into wetlands, you probably won't even have considered this walk. It's one for visitors who love swampy country, big red gums, varied bird-life and dodging Tiger snakes. The Yea wetland does a good job in offering an interesting walk that sheds light...More

Thank tmuller25
Reviewed 18 December 2017

Being so close to town the Wetlands are easy to access. Good signage explaining various flora & fauna in the area. A pleasant walk.

Thank Martin H
Reviewed 7 November 2017

I took my grandchildren to the Yea Wetlands and thru the Y Centre. The grandchildren loved that they could run ahead on the "Wobbly"bridge and look below for any fish, platypuses that were in the Yea River below. They could run with out been hindered...More

Thank Jacintab61
Reviewed 2 September 2017

Yesterday we were looking around Yea and went to the very good tourist information centre where a nice lady gave us all the info we needed. Next door there is the path to the Yea Wetlands so decided to look at that before moving on...More

Thank roy v
Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

I took my three granddaughters to have a look. The ladies on the desk were lovely and encouraged the girls to be excited about the explanation straight away. They learned a lot which I'm sure will help them understand how each part of the environment...More

Thank adelemac15
Reviewed 14 March 2017

We stumbled across this place on a break from a long drive and really welcomed the walk - we will definitely come back again.

Thank Jennifer G
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Response from tmuller25 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there is a parking area and entry is free. It would take about half hour to walk the tracks at a leisurely pace. Tracks are dirt but quite smooth. With determination a person could negotiate them with a walker, but it... More
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