Stoodley Forest Walk and Arboretum

National Parks and Reserves

Easy: 1 hour loop
A walk through an arboretum established by the early forestry industry which partly follows the Railton-Roland train line which closed in 1957 and had a station at Stoodley. It is also the site of one of the region’s first sawmills – built in 1854 on nearby Red Water Creek. The original wooden water trough, from the early 1900’s, was a regular stopping place for horses and riders and for traction engines to top up their boilers.
Access is via the B14, 5.5km south of Railton or 5km east of Sheffield.



Disabled Assistance

Caters for hearing impairment


Free Entry

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