Discover the Bogong High Plains with an Historical High Plains Huts Walk and Picnic
- 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.
A fascinating three kilometre walk along the Wallace’s Heritage Trail while listening to the stories of the characters, the myths and legends and how they have shaped the Bogong High Plains.
The journey takes in historical alpine huts and delves into the journeys of the Indigenous, the Bogong Moth, the graziers, tribulations of the Kiewa Hydro Electric Scheme and the formation of Falls Creek Alpine Village. The walk concludes with a delectable lunch of tastes of the North East Victoria with stunning views across the High Plains.
First Sunday of each month November to April plus special dates:
29th December, 26th January, Saturday 14th March and Easter Saturday.
Trails, Tales and Tucker Tours may also be booked for groups of eight or more (maximum 20) for any day of the week with 48 hours notice. This would suit clubs or bus groups.