Broken-Boosey State Park
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Change of conditions
- The section of Broken-Boosey State Park from Gordon Road to Wunghu is closed for public safety due to fire activity.
at Broken-Boosey State Park
Tuesday 11 February, 2014 |
Broken-Boosey State Park is a linear corridor of bushland bordering the Broken, Nine Mile and Boosey creeks.
Enjoy a scenic drive, bushwalking, have a picnic or a quiet fish. Dip Bridge, where the Boosey and Broken Creeks join, creates a wider and deeper creek system and is a popular spot to cast a line.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria
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- Information Shelter
19 Feb 2014
Parks Victoria is reminding residents it is illegal to dump household rubbish in a public place after a recent dumping was reported near Fryerstown last week. Noel Muller, Ranger at Castlemaine said discovering dumped rubbish in the park was disappointing and an environmental hazard. “The area near Fryerstown has been…