Where long grass and fences once prohibited walking beside this beautiful section of the Moorabool River, now a pathway meanders along the bank.
Park benches have been strategically placed to allow visitors to rest and absorb the peaceful ambience. Observe the varied birdlife and maybe a catch swamp wallaby in the shadows.
The Red Gum Reserve follows the mostly dry bed of the historical Primrose Creek that flows towards the Moorabool River.
In 2001 the Shire of Golden Plains and BFS Landcare began work to turn this small corridor into a walking track for locals and also increase the protective habitat for native flora and fauna in the area.