Discover the Bogong High Plains
Historical High Plains Huts Walk and Picnic
We offer a meandering 4 km walk over three hours from iconic Wallace’s Hut through to Cope Hut with stories of the landscape and the people of The Bogong High Plains. The walk concludes with a sumptuous picnic of local produce with views over the high plains.
- Bookings are essential.
- Gift Certificates are available.
- Special occasions can be facilitated.
- Discounts apply for groups of 10 or more.
Trails, Tales and Tucker is a collaboration of the history collated by the Falls Creek Historic Society, the fare of Diana Alpine Lodge and the storytelling of Ken Bell.
The trail begins at the iconic Wallace’s Hut.
Tales of indigenous beginnings, local legends, the unique flora and fauna. This meandering 4 km walk will be both informative and entertaining.
The walk culminates at the historical Cope Hut with seasonal picnic tucker of food, wine and beverages from the local region.
We meet at 10:45am at the Falls Creek Museum and transport you along the Bogong High Plains Road, drive around the Rocky Valley Lake to the Wallace’s Hut car park. If you prefer to self drive, please meet us 11.00am at the Wallace Hut car park.
Together we walk along the track to Wallace’s Hut as Ken begins the tales of the High Plains. At the Hut the story builds with images and experiences.
Continuing along the Wallace’s Heritage Trail, we wander by the Rovers’ Chalet before continuing along the track beside the Langford’s West aqueduct. The walk concludes at Cope Hut where we provide a delicious picnic spread inspired by food and beverages of the region.
We help transport you back to Falls Creek village or the Wallace’s Hut car park from about 2 pm.