Culture and heritage Park Subotopic Layout
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"Taungurung Clans, Traditional Owners of the land on which Cathedral Range State Park now exists, welcome you to our Country. Our ancestors have lived on, and are intrinsically linked to, this land. We openly invite you to share and enjoy this place and to absorb and respect the cultural values of the landscape and all that exists within it." – Taungurung Clans Aboriginal Corporation
The range was declared a State Park in 1979 due to its outstanding landscape features and diverse woodland types. It also protects significant pre and post European historic sites. A visit to Cooks Mill timber mill site and the adjacent nature walk by the pictursque Storm Creek will enhance the interested visitors understanding of this highly accessible park.
14 May 2013
One of East Gippsland’s most popular walks, the Mackenzie River Rainforest Walk has just been reopened. The track, located in the Bemm River Scenic Reserve is just a kilometre in length and gives visitors the special experience of strolling through a warm temperate rainforest. This kind of forest landscape …