Manuels River Interpretation Centre houses the Riccardo Levi-Setti fossil collection, a remarkable display of early Cambrian fossils found along the banks of the beautiful Manuels River. Join us to hear the story of Dr. Levi-Setti, a Holocaust survivor and accomplished physicist who made the Manuels River trilobites famous. Guided tours of the exhibits and the trails are available during opening hours to learn about the fascinating geological history and the stories of people over many generations who have lived, worked and played on the river, and made incredible discoveries in the rocks!
Dogs are welcome to walk our trails on leash, but are not permitted in the Interpretation Centre.
Our building is wheelchair accessible. Many of our trails can be accessed using the GRIT Freedom all-terrain wheelchair which is free to use.