Car touring is a great way to explore and experience a park as large and varied as the Alpine National Park. Many attractions in the
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Car touring is a great way to explore and experience a park as large and varied as the Alpine National Park. Many attractions in the park are accessible in a conventional 2WD car, however other areas can only be reached on rough tracks that require a 4WD vehicle.
Please remember that a few millimetres of rain can turn a dirt track into one that is treacherous and/or impassable - even for the most experienced driver. In addition to this, considerable damage occurs to 4WD tracks when used in wet conditions.
In addition, many roads and tracks are closed seasonally during the colder, wetter months for environmental and safety reasons. Please respect seasonal road closures.
The related publications section below features guides for each area of the park including a map indicating which roads and tracks are sealed, unsealed, or 4WD only.
- Alpine National Park - Benambra, Buchan, Bonang - Park note (PDF 2.1 MB)
- Alpine National Park - Bright, Mt Beauty, Omeo, Dargo - Park note (PDF 2.7 MB)
- Alpine National Park - Heyfield, Licola, Dargo - Park note (PDF 1005.1 KB)
- Alpine National Park - Mitta Mitta, Omeo, Tallangatta, Corryong - Park note (PDF 1.1 MB)
- Alpine National Park - Valleys and bluffs near Mansfield, Whitfield - Park note (PDF 2.2 MB)
- Alpine National Park - Walks around Bogong High Plains, Mountain Creek (PDF 571.2 KB)
- Alpine NP - Wabonga Plateau, Mount Cobbler, Powers Lookout - Park note (PDF 1.9 MB)