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Sun through the snowgums on the racetrack (above Jeep Track Flat)

1 month ago from David Hood

Location: Mount St Gwinear in Winter

Queen's Birthday weekend snow on the main trail

1 month ago from David Hood

Location: Mount St Gwinear in Winter

Snow at Mount St Gwinear

2 months ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Mount St Gwinear in Winter

Change of conditions

  • Insufficient snowfall has led to the Mount St Gwinear toboggan runs being closed. Snow play & cross country skiing still available. at Mount St Gwinear in Winter
    Sunday 28 August, 2016 |
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Barbeque
Camping
Canoeing
Fishing
Horse riding
Hunting
Long walk / Multi day walk
Medium walk / Day walk
Picnicking
Rock climbing/abseiling
Scenic drive
Short walk
Sight-seeing
Skiing (cross country)
Snow play
Camp fires

Camping

Dispersed bush camping is permitted on the Baw Baw Plateau. The Plateau is a fuel stove only area – no solid fuel fires are permitted and collecting firewood prohibited in…

Walking and hiking

Short walks or longer hikes are some of the best ways to explore the park. There are many kilometres of walking tracks traversing pristine sub-alpine plant communities and unique landscapes.…

Mount St Gwinear in Winter

Mount St Gwinear is a family friendly snow attraction with free entry which offers toboggan runs, cross country trails, a snowplay area and a heated shelter room. Hot and cold…

Fishing

The Thomson and Aberfeldy Rivers are an excellent location to try your luck at fly fishing. Check your Fishing Guide for seasons and regulations and ensure that you hold a…

Horseriding

Horses may only be ridden on Low Saddle Track (seasonally) and the Old Tramway adjacent to the Thomson Valley Road. Horse riding is not permitted elsewhere in the park. Horse…

Canoeing

The Thomson River provides for canoeing and rafting on Grade 3 water. The best river levels depend on water releases from the Thomson Dam. Canoes can be launched at Beardmores…

Scenic drives

Roads throughout the area are narrow and winding offering marvellous scenery with panoramic views. Care should be taken when driving as many of the roads are regularly used by logging…

Hunting

The hunting of Sambar Deer only by method of stalking is seasonally permitted in a section of the park. Before undertaking this activity, seek further information from Parks Victoria and…

Rockclimbing and abseiling

There is the opportunity for rockclimbing and abseiling at Mushroom Rocks.

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