Bush walks and BBQ's at Tarra Bulga National Park

Bush walks and BBQ's at Tarra Bulga National Park

Tarra Bulga is a jointly managed national park in Gippsland.

The land where the park is located was once the land of the native aboriginal Gunaikurnai people. Parks Victoria and the Gunaikurnai people oversee the care and maintenance of the park which recognises that the Gunaikurnai are connected to the land and speak for the land.

Located 200 kilometers east of Melbourne. Turning off at Traralgon you head into the Strzelecki Rangers. Roads throughout this area are narrow and winding but offer some fantastic panoramic views of the mountains and forest area’s.


There are numerous walks that can be taken from the visitors center:

Corrigan’s Bridge

2.4 kilometers return through the rain forest with amazing views  of the lush fern gully and forest floor

Lyrebird Ridge Track

2.4 Kilometers return. This track leads through the regenerating and mature mountain ash forests. Some of tree’s are centuries old

Forest track

4.4 kilometers. This track is for a more serious hiker with some steep sections that run through the forest and contain sections that cross the roads. It makes its way the mountain ash section and the unusual section of hazel pomaderis.


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