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Come and enjoy this 1.2km self-guided audio tour through the beautiful Rosanna Parklands.
Using a coded map to guide you, discover hidden clues, examine bush evidence and take advice from the local creatures to help you solve the riddle that has sugar glider all wound up!
Suitable for the whole family, this nature mystery tour will particularly appeal to junior sleuths aged 4-10 years. Bring water, use sunscreen and dress appropriately.
You will need a portable device with internet access in order to participate in the audio tour.
Prams and access
This mystery tour takes place in the bushland reserve, kept in its natural state and is not on a sealed path. Although the trail for this mystery tour is as accessible as possible, given the location, it is highly likely you will encounter uneven surfaces.
The 2021 dates for the mystery tour during the term 3/4 school holidays are:
Rosanna Parklands is very big. The part of the parklands where this mystery needs to be solved is closest to Ruthven/Chapman Street and the train line.
Macleod Station is within 10 minutes walk and if traveling by car, there's also on street parking.
Print the map before you arrive to help you along the way.
Download the map(PDF, 4MB)
Follow the dirt path down from the Railway Crossing on Ruthven St/Chapman St. Cross the walking track, and you will see the starting point log (refer to the red X on the map) directly in front of you, underneath the 3 cypress trees.
Follow the dirt path
Find the log under the trees
Follow the instructions to get to each each stop. Once you're there, hit play to listen to the audio. At each stop there's also clues to check and listen to.
If you missed anything, play the audio again to make sure you don't miss out.
Help solve the mystery now