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Tarra Bulga National Park

Photographs and Information about Tarra Bulga National Park

A beautiful lush green shaded rainforest environment with fern gullies, mountain streams, bellbirds, Corrigans suspension bridge, lyrebirds, well maintained bush walking tracks, giant mountain ash trees,waterfalls, picnic benches, barbecues and abundant native wildlife are just some of the features of this magnificent National Park near Yarram in Victoria.

Parks Victoria do a marvelous job maintaining these areas for tourists and locals to enjoy. You’ll find a visitors center near the entrance which is mainly attended in the warmer months but there are maps and instructions for the various walking tracks placed conveniently in a box just outside the door.

Tracks are well signed and the distances are marked in this safe and very beautiful Australian National Park … equally lovely to visit in winter or summer though the tracks are much drier in the warmer months.

You can find out more about the area on the Tarra Bulga page on the South Gippsland Website.

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