If you have had enough of the high-energy activities for a while, a quiet walk may be in order. Wallaroo lends itself to walking, as it is not too big, and relatively flat. The only question is, "Where do I walk to?"
You don't have to take an organised walk. There is a walking track from Owen Terrace, down past the
Cutter "Canberra" display
to the foreshore. From there, it is not far to the jetty. Perhaps walk out to the end and back, or on to the marina, and perhaps have lunch or a coffee at the Marina Tavern.
Maybe take a walk around the Town Shopping Centre and then go on to the excellent museum, or perhaps the Chas Roe Electronic Museum. There are many possibilities. Your choice!
There are a quite a few historical buildings from the early mining and smelting days of Wallaroo. You can walk to them all by yourself, or you can get together a group of ten or more and organise a guided walk with a guide provided by the museum. There will be a charge in this case, and notice is required. (Contact the Museum)
If you Decide to do the walk yourself, there is an excellent guide to Wallaroo's historical buildings on the Council Website, providing photos, a description of the original purpose of each building, and a map to enable you to find your way around. The guide is printable.
Wallaroo is Made for Walking
Old Railway station
Original Post Office - Now a Museum
Sonbern Lodge - Originally a Coffee Palace & Guest House opposite the Railway Station
Walking Track from Otago Road to North Beach