Willalooka is a prosperous agricultural district located 35km south of Keith on the Riddoch Highway.
Visit Christmas Rocks, a pleasant five minute walk to the top of granite rocks, which was part of the archipelago of granite rocks in the shallow sea that covered the Limestone Coast 25 million years ago. The surrounding district may be viewed from this unique formation.
Darwents Waterhole is a small park where stock once came to drink. Walk to see the old waterhole and its surrounding native vegetation.
Jip Jip Conservation Park is just off Rowney Road and is one of the larger parks in the district. Enjoy a picnic or stroll to the top of the granites and enjoy the view.
Take the Interpretative Walk and learn the history of Willalooka by following the interpretative signs. Start at the Willalooka Tavern and read about the history of the store. Cross the Riddoch Highway to Willalooka Park, where you can get directions to many local attractions. Stroll north past the public toilets to the Willalooka Hall and view the sporting complex, this was an outdoor theatre from 1961-1976. Continue your walk north past the children's playground on to the Willalooka Fire Shed where you can read the history of our local fire volunteers.
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