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Cope Hut walk

4 months ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing

Dibbins Hut

4 months ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing

Cope Hut walk

4 months ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing

Mt Feathertop Panorama

7 months ago from Damien Clarkson

Location: The High Country

Cobbler Lake

1 year ago from www.gowildimages.com

Location: Lake Cobbler Camping Area

Talbotville

1 year ago from Andrew Lau

Location: The High Country

Brown Trout

1 year ago from Andrew Lau

Location: Fishing

Bluff Hut

1 year ago from Andrew Lau

Location: Bluff Hut

Rileys Hut

1 year ago from Andrew Lau

Location: Wonnangatta Station

Camping at Horseyard Flat

1 year ago from Andrew Lau

Location: Horseyard Flat Camping Area

Razorback ridge (photo: Mark Antos)

2 years ago from Parks Victoria

Location: The High Country

Razorback and Mt Feathertop (photo: Mark Antos)

2 years ago from Parks Victoria

Location: The High Country

Mount Feathertop (photo: Mark Antos)

2 years ago from Parks Victoria

Location: The High Country

Wallace Hut (photo: Mark Antos)

2 years ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Wallace Hut

Wallace Hut (photo: Mark Antos)

2 years ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Wallace Hut

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Camping
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Fishing
Four wheel driving
Horse riding
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Medium walk / Day walk
Mountain biking
Picnicking
Scenic drive
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Sight-seeing
Skiing (cross country)
White water rafting
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Rafting and canoeing

Rivers throughout the park are renowned for challenging white-water canoeing and rafting. Consult canoeing guidebooks and park staff when planning your trip, and check river flow levels and weather close…

The High Country

There are a wide variety of walks in the Alpine National Park and the adjacent Mount Hotham Alpine Resort. The day and overnight walks described in 'The High Country -…

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Walking and hiking

Some of the best mountain walking country in Australia is found in the Alps. Some tracks are suitable for day and weekend family walks. Others are long, rough and challenging,…

Waterfalls

Cascading waterfalls, clear mountain streams, wildflowers and spectacular views of the Alps are all features of the Wabonga Plateau - Mount Cobbler areas, and around Howitt, Snowy Range and Tali…

Tali Karng

Tali Karng is a hidden jewel nestled deep in the mountains of Gippsland, fed by snowmelt waters of the Wellington Plains. The lake is believed to have been formed about…

Wonnangatta Station

The Wonnangatta-Moroka section of the Alpine National Park is a remote and rugged haven for wildlife. The scenery is always grand and the wildflowers wonderful, especially in spring and early…

Horseyard Flat Camping Area

Camp amongst Black Sallees on the banks of the Moroka River at Horseyard Flat. When camping be fully self sufficient with food, water and camping equipment.

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Lake Cobbler Camping Area

Cascading waterfalls, clear mountain streams, wildflowers and spectacular views of the Alps are all features of the Wabonga Plateau - Mount Cobbler area of the Alpine National Park. There is…

Wallace Hut

Wallace Hut is one of 106 huts scattered across the Alpine National Park. Many of these huts were burnt in the 2003 Alpine fires but fortunately Wallace Hut survived. Wallace…

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Bluff Hut

There are basic facilities for car-based campers at Bluff Hut. There are also designated horse yards. There is a walk to the Bluff from Bluff Hut.

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