Werribee River Park is a natural setting ideal for exploring the beauty of the Werribee River. The river and wetlands provide an opportunity to see …
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Werribee River Park
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- October 2005
Werribee River Park is a natural setting ideal for exploring the beauty of the Werribee River. The river and wetlands provide an opportunity to see a diversity of water birds and enjoy recreational activities such as fishing and kayaking, whilst the majestic River Red Gum trees provide shelter and line the river. The park also contains numerous artefact scatters indicating a long history of Aboriginal occupation of the area.
Werribee River Park is located in Cocoroc (Melways ref: 224 J5). The vehicle entrance is accessed from Old Geelong Road onto New Farm Road (Melways ref: 205 E11). Follow New Farm Road through the Western Treatment Plant, over the Princes Freeway, and turn left at the end of the road.
Gates at the entrance to New Farm Road are opened daily from 6am to 9pm.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria
- Map - Werribee River Park (PDF File 679.1 KB)
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- Park note - Werribee River Park (PDF File 386.4 KB)
13 May 2013
National Volunteer Week, 13-19 May, is giving Parks Victoria the chance to say a special thank you to its many volunteer groups across the state. There are around 200 Volunteer and Friends groups who donate their time and energy to Victorian parks, reserves, and marine sanctuaries throughout the year. Last year …