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
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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 Thomson and Aberfeldy Valleys are suitable for 4WD vehicles only, including the section from Beardmores to Binns Road which includes access to the Aberfeldy River Camping Area . Many roads and tracks are closed seasonally during the colder, wetter months for environmental and safety reasons.
The Mount St Gwinear Road is a declared hazardous road during winter. Snow chains must be carried during the declared ski season and fitted when and where directed.
24 Feb 2014
Parks Victoria rangers in the Grampians National Park are excited to report another picture of a Spotted-tail Quoll, otherwise known as the Tiger Quoll. The latest image of a large quoll was captured in early February at 1:37am. Ranger in Charge Dave Roberts said it was the second photo of…