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 current Victorian fishing licence.
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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 based camping is not permitted within the park. There are a range of horse riding opportunities adjacent to the park …
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 Track, Low Saddle Track (4WD only) or at the Narrows. There are no facilities provided within the park for riverside camping.
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 trucks. The road past Walhalla into the Aberfeldy River valley is unsuitable for caravans. Many of the tracks in the …
05 Jun 2013
The Bemm River mouth was successfully reopened to the sea last Thursday thanks to the combined efforts of a local taskforce. Armed only with shovels, seven Parks Victoria staff, four Department of Environment and Primary Industry crew plus six local volunteers dug out the opening in just one and a …