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Have your say on the future of Fraser Block at Lake Eildon National Park

Tuesday 7 March, 2017

Lake Eildon National Park is a favourite for many campers and visitors, especially at the very popular Fraser Block area of the park which includes Lakeside and Candlebark camping areas. However, many of the visitor facilities are ageing and it’s time to plan for the future. 

A new Visitor Experience Plan is being developed to guide changes and improvements to the Fraser Block. Parks Victoria is keen to hear your suggestions for the future and learn more about how you use the park.

You are invited to complete a short survey to have your say on the future of Fraser Block, Lake Eildon National Park. All feedback is anonymous. 

The survey will close on 31 March 2017.



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