Enjoy river views and bird life while reading about points of local history. Walk ends at end of township before returning along the top walking track on River Road.
- Meteorite Park is dedicated to a meteorite that fell over Murchison on September 28, 1969. Fragments of the meteorite are on display in museums around the world with the meteorite estimated to be 4.6 billion years old.
- Looking to the right, Murchison Bridge. Erected between November 1935 and March 1937. The bridge works were prompted by the deteriorating condition of the existing 1870 timber structure, which also had a limited five ton load capacity. The main bridge span was fabricated in a workshop before being reassembled and riveted on site. The new bridge was opened by Lord Huntingfield, Governor of Victoria, on the 31st March, 1937.
- Continue walking along the river enjoying river views and birdlife to Murchison River Road Caravan Park. This marks the point to turn around and return via top walking track along River Road.
- Murchison Heritage Centre. Located at the side of the Heritage Centre is a large pump, similar to the one used to pump water from the river for the first public funded irrigation scheme in Australia.
- World War I roll of Honour. Unveiled in 2015, a matching World War II roll of honour will be unveiled in November 2017.