This is a great park for trail bike riding and four wheel driving. Several recreation vehicle touring experiences are available to suit varying levels of
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Four wheel driving and trail bike riding
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This is a great park for trail bike riding and four wheel driving.
Several recreation vehicle touring experiences are available to suit varying levels of experience and skill. Tracks have been classified to indicate their degree of difficulty; refer to the track report for more information. Symbol markers have also been placed at the start of tracks as they lead off the main access road into park or forest areas.
A number of open roads and tracks within Bunyip State Park provide a range of experiences, great scenery and a sense of escapism.
Blue Range via Little Bunyip Track
15 km circuit (from Black Snake Creek Road to Bunyip River Road)
This drive/ride takes you through magnificent Mountain Ash Forest. Take in the spectacular views across the park to Westernport Bay from various spots along Blue Range Road. The return trip passes through tough terrain with deep alpine
drains and steep areas descending into the flat heathlands along Bunyip River Road.
43 km (start and finish from Forest Road)
You will drive/ride in a northerly direction across steep mountainous terrain. Gentle Annie Track provides a further challenge with rock benches and the added attraction of magnificent views across Gippsland.
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