The 10 Best Things to Do in Marysville, Australia

December 6, 2017 Venice Greaves

Discover the best top things to do in Marysville, Australia including Bruno's Art and Sculpture Garden, Steavenson Falls, Gallipoli Park, Lake Mountain Alpine Resort, Marysville & District Historical Society, Marysville Lolly Shop, Marysville Information Centre, Keppel Lookout Trail, Cross Country Ski Hire Marysville, Beauty Spot Trail.
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1. Bruno's Art and Sculpture Garden

Falls Road, Marysville, Victoria, Australia +61 3 5963 3513
Excellent
79%
Good
17%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 369 reviews

Bruno's Art and Sculpture Garden

Reviewed By SergeBor - Ottawa, Canada

Meet Bruno and his wife and model Christina in their art studio house in Marysville, learn the story of his art and the great fire of 2009, see the workshop and get all the garden to yourself for as long as you can absorb the beauty and magic of sculptures.

2. Steavenson Falls

Falls Road, Marysville, Victoria 3779, Australia
Excellent
68%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 521 reviews

Steavenson Falls

Reviewed By mbetowler - Wakefield, United Kingdom

I've just been getting back into photography recently so really enjoyed photographing these falls and walking up the small walk to the top of the falls. A nice way to spend a couple of hours! :)

3. Gallipoli Park

Marysville, Victoria, Australia +61 409 289 134
Excellent
60%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
0%
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1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 89 reviews

Gallipoli Park

Reviewed By rushing-man - Ballarat, Australia

We were looking to fill in an hour or so and spotted the park. Having 3 young boys, we couldn’t have been happier. The park is littered with play ground equipment (flying foxes were a favourite) and the lake was full of ducks for the boys to feed.
All in all a very well maintained park that was perfect for an afternoon of fun and frivolity!!

4. Lake Mountain Alpine Resort

Lake Mountain Road, Marysville, Victoria 3779, Australia +61 3 5957 7222
Excellent
34%
Good
51%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
3%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 224 reviews

Lake Mountain Alpine Resort

Lake Mountain is Melbourne's closest and most affordable alpine resort, just a 120 kilometre drive from Melbourne. A year round destination for the entire family which during the winter months offers over 37 kilometres of cross-country ski trails, toboggan slopes and plenty of snow play areas. During spring and summer enjoy exhilarating flying fox rides, laser skirmish, challenging mountain bike trails and enchanting mountain walks. The Resort provides skiers with the opportunity of learning new skills in a relaxed, fun environment. Our ski school provides both the young and the young at heart with professional ski instruction. Enjoy an intimidation free experience! We offer ski clothing and equipment hire on site over the winter months so there is no reason to not enjoy the diverse experiences that the mountain offers. At the end of an active day enjoy majestic mountain views, local seasonal food and hot and cold beverages at the licensed Cafe or Bistro.

Reviewed By Angelangel1 - Melbourne, Australia

Visited resort as 3 generation family. My first visit during summer and had a wonderful day. We were staying at Marysville and it was approx a 30 minute drive. During school holidays many activities were available for families. Giant indoor jumping castle. Wooden block building, outdoor sitting in tubes winding down mountain track, bushwalks and a favourite zip line. Bought lunch in cafe and had a great day. Will do again when next in area. Staff extremely friendly. Mountain bike hire available.

5. Marysville & District Historical Society

39 Darwin St, Marysville, Victoria 3779, Australia +61 417 551 091
Excellent
65%
Good
35%
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4.5 based on 37 reviews

Marysville & District Historical Society

Take some time to browse through the many displays highlighting over 150 years of Marysville and Districts rich history. Features include pioneer story, reference library, timber story, sporting memorabilla, postcard collection, art gallery, bottle collection and heritage rose garden. Entry is $3 per person.

Reviewed By Bigredhawker - Melbourne, Australia

Located close to the hub of the town. Many many points of interest covering everything Marysville. Includes a large number of folders of photographs donated by locals over the years, video presentation, historical artifacts. All beautifully presented. Well worth a look for a nominal entrance fee.

6. Marysville Lolly Shop

8 Murchison St, Marysville, Victoria 3779, Australia +61 3 5963 3644
Excellent
49%
Good
39%
Satisfactory
12%
Poor
0%
Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 41 reviews

Marysville Lolly Shop

Reviewed By Jacqueline J - Eden, Australia

We spent a few days in Marysville recently, and dropped into this shop on our first day. We were very taken by its charm, friendly staff and impressive array of lollies, jams and ice cream. We went back the next day after lunch to treat ourselves to some ice cream cones. They were delicious.
It is encouraging to see a shop like this that offers diverse items including delicious,freshly baked bread on certain days.
The pretty garden setting, the very friendly helpful staff and enticing goods make this shop a wonderful little gem.

7. Marysville Information Centre

11 Murchison St, Marysville, Victoria 3779, Australia +61 3 5963 4567
Excellent
46%
Good
42%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
2%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 49 reviews

Marysville Information Centre

The Marysville Visitor Information Centre can provide you with extensive information about things to do, accommodation and eateries in the Marysville region. With a range of products for sale in the centre, come in and experience Marysville!

Reviewed By ratter1942 - Wagga Wagga, Australia

We were most impressed with this extremely well- presented establishment and its friendly, helpful staff. It is an impressive building in a great park setting right in the centre of town. The Phoenix museum, dedicated to the devastation caused by the catastrophic 2009 bushfire, was an added bonus and prompted a visit to Bruno's amazing sculpture garden.

8. Keppel Lookout Trail

Marysville, Victoria, Australia
Excellent
54%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 36 reviews

Keppel Lookout Trail

Reviewed By Jane W - Victoria, Australia

Its probably a 10 minute drive on a (very good) dirt road. Well worth driving there. View is amazing even on a drizzly day with a little Sunshine. We had it all to ourselves, that's what is so wonderful about Victoria such amazing scenery. You can actually walk to it from Stevensons Falls which would be great for reasonably fit and able people.

9. Cross Country Ski Hire Marysville

41-43 Murchison St, Marysville, Victoria 3779, Australia +61 3 5963 3322
Excellent
91%
Good
9%
Satisfactory
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Overall Ratings

5 based on 11 reviews

Cross Country Ski Hire Marysville

Our well-established ski hire shop and cafe in Marysville, Victoria services visitors to Lake Mountain, the closest alpine resort to Melbourne. We equip you with everything you need to enjoy your day at the snow: warm jackets, pants and boots, a variety of toboggans, snowshoes and snowplay gear for having fun, and yummy hot chocolates or coffees from our cafe to start your day!

Reviewed By Hammercounty - Melbourne, Australia

Great place to get your gear including chains before heading to Lake Mountain as this is the last stop before there. Competitive pricing, streamlined process to get you in and out quickly, well stocked supply wise and easy return set up. See their website video as the process flowed. Cafe out front closed day we went otherwise everything as expected.

10. Beauty Spot Trail

Marysville, Victoria, Australia
Excellent
70%
Good
23%
Satisfactory
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Poor
0%
Terrible
7%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 13 reviews

Beauty Spot Trail

Reviewed By Kezbil - Frankston, Australia

Lovely walks all round Marysville. Most are managed and maintained by Parks Victoria and entry us free.Take care though if you are bringing your dog. Some trails are dog friendly and some are not. Visitor Information Centre don't know which are and which are not. But will be happy to charge a fee for a map that is supplied to them free by Parks Vic. Visitor centre staff claim they pay Parks Vic for the maps which is not true. Parks Vic will post you a map free of charge if you pre plan your trip. Happy walking

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