The Wonderland Range sitting above Halls Gap in the Grampians National Park has been used by tourists for over 100 years. The Wonderland is home of the famous Pinnacle lookout, narrow Silent Street and the Grand Canyon. This section of […]
The Silverband Falls gully was extensively damaged by multiple landslides during 2011 floods. Being a popular tourism destination, Tribal Tracks was engaged to create a solid trailhead, guttering and retaining walls.
This former sandstone quarry in the Grampians National Park was operational from the late 1870’s until the 1890’s. The quarrymen were mostly Italian who built a range of wooden and stone huts to live in. Today, three stone huts remain […]
Elliott River is a river crossing along the Great Ocean Walk, not far from Apollo Bay. This section of walk is exposed to severe weather elements including flood waters from upstream, tides and pounding waves. Previously, hardwood formed the steps […]
Blanket Bay is a popular camping and picnic area in the Great Otway National Park along the Great Ocean Walk. Previous steps made of treated pine weathered and rotted easily with high tides and waves undercutting and destroying the steps. […]