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Trail maps. Art Prints. Greeting cards
The map illustrates a short trail that gives you a spectacular view of this iconic site, an escarpment of red cliffs set into a loop of the Werribee River. The site, including a billabong is the habitat of many wading birds both native and migrating.
THE VICTORIAN STATE ROSE GARDEN
This map is drawn as a panoramic view, designed to illustrate its traditional formal structure, the Tudor Rose, the Leaf, the Bud and the Heritage decorative border, all created to emphasize the many varieties of roses on show here. It shows you the many pathways you could take.
THE HOMESTEAD. POINT COOK
The map illustrates a loop walk that takes in this romantic old homestead, that started of a pastoral empire situated on its beautiful site overlooking the beach at Point Cook Marine Sanctuary
THE WERRIBEE RIVER
From the source to the Sea
The form of this map is based on the format of a ribbon map, which was used to illustrate linear forms in a single image. It illustrates the variety of terrain the river passes through, from its origin in the forest, through farmland, the gorge and reservoir. Then it winds its way towards Werribee and finally its estuary at Werribee South.
CAMPBELLS COVE BEACH
This map was done in a ribbon form. It illustrate a loop walk that takes in the old beachside communities of Campbells Cove and Baileys Beach and their famous beach shacks, a haven for that photo op.
WERRIBEE PARK. The lake , lawn and grotto
This map explores the beautiful old gardens of Werribee Mansion. Wander the lawns dotted with rare trees and discover the picturesque lake and the hidden gem of an authentic Victorian era shell encrusted grotto.
SKELETON CREEK & THE CHEETHAM WETLANDS
The map illustrates a loop path along this beautiful regenerated creek, as it winds through the suburbs. It gives you views of the protected wetlands created from the site of the old Cheetham Saltworks, as it filters out to the sea
CHEETHAM WETLANDS & THE OBSERVATION TOWER
The map illustrates a loop trail that passes the site of the original Point Cooke and then follows the beach on its way to the wetlands observation tower, the best place to to see the huge variety of migrating birds that regularly come to this wetland area.
TRAILS of THE LOWER WERRIBEE RIVER
This map illustrates over nine trails that you can use to explore the variety of landscapes that the river flows past on its way the estuary, from riverside parks to mansions, the red cliffs and much more.
SANCTUARY LAKES. PARKS & RESERVES
This map illustrates the unique estate of Sanctuary Lakes, created from part of the Cheetham saltworks. The main boulevard, a beautiful tree lined 6 kilometre circuit, winds through this unique lakeside environment encompassing a golf course and several parks and reserves.
Wyndham Walkabouts illustrated maps of walking trails, wildlife and all things outdoors celebrate and illuminate our iconic destinations.
For more information get in touch with Rita at Melbourne. Australia
We acknowledge the Bunurong and Wadawurrung Peoples as Traditional Owners of the lands of the land where we work and live.
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