Brookfield Maze


Garden lovers' delight


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Brookfield Fountain

Providing vistas of the Upper King Valley and the Alpine National Park, it is believed the lookout was a vantage point for bushranger Harry Power to view approaching troopers during his period of notoriety in the north-east in the 1860s.


A walking track with a series of steep ladders provides the opportunity to climb to a viewing point at the most northern point of this rocky outcrop.


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Paradise Falls is located in the Alpine National park outside of Cheshunt.  The walk to the viewing platform is a well made stepped track and is about 500m in length. The track then leads down to underneath the falls where you can walk under the cliff face behind these falls. There are picnic facilities at the car park.

This is a really special place and well worth the visit.


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Paradise Falls


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Lake William Hovell

Lake William Hovell provides a great recreational area for fishing and boating. At the southern section of Lake William Hovell is the entrance to the Alpine National Park. Discover a myriad of tracks for four-wheel driving, plus access to fishing spots, walking and mountain bike trails.


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