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Redbank is a small town in Victoria; east of the Grampians and only 7km from Moonambel.

Though the town itself doesn’t have much to see, there are certainly lots of outdoor activities to do while here.

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The Redbank Nature Conservation Reserve is around 1,200 hectares in size and is best known for spectacular birdwatching and walking trails. If you enjoy being in nature and seeing flora and fauna up close, the reserve is not to be missed.

The Blue Gum Rise farm is a top family destination in Redbank; known for its adorable pedigree alpaca population. Visitors are invited to walk, pet, and even feed these animals. There are also informative displays so that you can learn more about these fascinating animals and the history of alpacas in the country. The on-site shop sells hand-knitted alpaca wool products; such as headbands, beanies, and much more.

Just 12 kilometres away from Redbank is the St Arnaud Range National Park; another terrific destination for outdoor enthusiasts. It features mostly forested terrain that is steep, making it ideal for a slightly challenging bushwalking experience – but great four-wheel driving.

If you are looking for a place to stay, there are a few accommodation options available nearby in Moonambel.

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