You are here

Home > Find > Park locator map > Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park

Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park


Loading map

Parks Victoria does not guarantee that this data is without flaw of any kind and therefore disclaims all liability which may arise from you relying upon this information

Mt. Burrowa

1 year ago from Trevor Staats

Location: Walking

Mt Burrowa

1 year ago from Trevor Staats

Location: Walking

Chute on Bluff Creek, Burrowa-Pine-Mountain-National-Park.

1 year ago from Gary Rowan Higgins

Location: Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park

Bluff Falls

2 years ago from Gary Rowan Higgins

Location: Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park

First chute cascade below Bluff Falls

2 years ago from Gary Rowan Higgins

Location: Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park

Pine Mountain & Black Cypress Pine

4 years ago from

Location: Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park

Add change of condition

Change of conditions

  • The section of Mt Burrowa Walking Track between The Pimple and Mt Burrowa (4-6km) is currently overgrown and poorly defined in places. This section of the walk should only be attempted by experienced walkers with appropriate equipment, maps and GPS. at Walking
    Friday 1 April, 2016 |
Camp fires
Four wheel driving
Long walk / Multi day walk
Medium walk / Day walk
Mountain biking
Rock climbing/abseiling
Short walk

The two mountains in this park provide excellent and diverse adventures for bushwalkers, campers, climbers, four-wheel drive enthusiasts, birdwatchers and nature lovers.

Pine Mountain, one of Australia's largest monoliths, has a drier climate that supports many rare plants. Mount Burrowa, an area of higher rainfall, supports wet forest plants and is more heavily timbered.

Choose one of the many walks ranging from an easy stroll to a three or four day trek which should challenge the serious hiker.

How to get there

The park is located approximately 120kms east of Albury-Wodonga and 25kms northwest of Corryong. It lies between the Murray Valley Highway and the Murray River.

Access to popular visitor areas is from the all-weather Cudgewa Bluff Road, which passes through the park and is a pleasant scenic drive.

Aboriginal Traditional Owners

Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Dhudhuroa identify the Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park as their Traditional Country.

Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria

Popular things to do

camping - family


Camping There are three picnic and camping areas located in the park along with an additional basic bush camping area…

walking - park


In general, walking conditions are steep and rough; expect to average only 1.5 to 2 km an hour on the…


Bluff Falls

A spectacular set of waterfalls exists where water cascades off the park plateau, over Cudgewa Bluff and into a tranquil…

4wd - road

Four wheel driving and mountain biking

A network of 4WD tracks exists through the park although most minor tracks are fine weather only and seasonal track…

picnic - np

Pine Mountain Picnic Area

Pine Mountain Picnic area has a fireplace and picnic tables. The trailhead of the Pine Mountain walking track is here.

View all things to do

Visitor experiences

Facilities Summary

  • Campsites
  • Information Shelter
  • Toilet
  • Gravel carpark

What's on

There are no upcoming events at this location. See What's On elsewhere.

List an event
Plan an event

Park Statistics


May 1978



Contact information

Call Parks Victoria on 13 1963

Send the park team a message