Take some time out to enjoy the historical walks along the Broken Creek around the quaint township of Nathalia.
With lots of short walks, you can easily do a few, stopping to enjoy a picnic by the creek.
Pick up a brochure with may at the Visitor In formation Centre, or just follow these easy directions.
1a. Cordial Way
This is a 327 m walk through an area noted for its wattles and willows. It was named because in the 1930s there was a Cordial Factory along the track.
1b. Woodlands Walk
This is a 503 m walk past some of the oldest houses in the town. Girrahavan is over 100 years old; Woodlands was built in 1896 and has impressive jarrah floors and 14 foot (4.26 metres) jarrah ceilings; and Harboniere was built in 1923 by a local who won a military medal at Harboniere in France during World War I.
1. Syd's Stroll
A pleasant 531 m walk beside the river past silver wattles, river redgums, peppercorn trees, an elm tree and a Moreton Bay fig.
2. N.A.D.C.O. Lookout
An 837 m walk past the swimming pool to a lookout over the town.
3. Wattle Tree Drive
Characterised by varieties of wattle - gold dust, rough leaf, montane and nelia - this is a pleasant 1.67 km walk past small jetties on the creek and tables under the willow trees.
4. Chain Gang Avenue
A 276 m walk from the Cemetery Bridge to the Scout Hall.
5. Shady Creek Walk
A 539 m walk to the town weir. The walk has stands of grey box, black box, yellow box and cumbungi.
6. Gray's Cutting
A 2 km walk to the golf course. It is possible to see water fowl, purple swamp hens and small reed birds at the edge of the creek.