Sherbrooke Forest is one of the top attractions in the Dandenong Ranges as it has a number of great picnic spots and relaxing walks.
Sherbrooke Forest, Falls Walk, Bird Feeding, Picnic Grounds & Trail Map
The numerous walking tracks make the forest a favourite for visitors who love nature walking and jogging in the outdoors. Sherbrooke Falls is a renowned oasis amid the picturesque landscape of the Dandenong Ranges. Start from O’Donohue Picnic Ground, and walk for 2.4kms to the falls. There is a viewing platform at the falls where you can get the best view. A longer walk is known as the Sherbrooke Loop which is around 4.8kms and is relatively flat.
Another popular location to visit is Grants Picnic Ground is a beautiful spot for picnics and one of the most popular destinations for outdoor lovers in the Dandenong Ranges. Best known for its bird-feeding, the picnic ground provides a tranquil setting and is the perfect place for a leisurely afternoon picnic with family and friends.
Marybrooke Manor is one of the most amazing venues in the Dandenong Ranges and it has protected status by the National Trust of Victoria. Marybrooke Manor is well known for its delicious High Tea every Sunday afternoon from 1pm to 4pm. The cost is $40 per person and bookings are essential.
There are so many things to see and do whilst in Sherbrooke Forest, so bring along your family and friends and spend a day in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges. Please note that dogs are not permitted in the forest.