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Enjoy your visit but beware of the slippery rocks

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What a great place to visit

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Woolshed Falls in flood

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Cycling in the bush

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Location: Walking and cycling

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  • Woolshed Falls day visitor area is closed for public safety until further notice due to risk of tree fall. at Woolshed Falls
    Friday 21 October, 2016 |
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Fossicking for gold
Medium walk / Day walk
Scenic drive
Short walk

Walking and cycling

Well formed vehicle tracks throughout the park provide access to a variety of short or day‐long walks and are suitable for cycling, horse riding and car and four‐wheel drive touring.…


Camping is popular along Reedy Creek. Bookings are not required.


Prospecting is permitted in designated areas. Prospectors must hold a current Miner's Right. Refer to the Prospecting Area map for more information.

Woolshed Falls

A ten minute drive north from Beechworth provides the opportunity to view the falls and have a picnic. The falls are spectacular after heavy rainfalls.

Honeyeater Picnic Area

Enjoy a pleasant picnic at Honeyeater Picnic Area. Picnic tables, wood barbecues and pit toilets are provided.

Donchi Hill

Drive through the forest to Donchi Hill Lookout then on to the original Indigo goldfields cemetery - about an hour and a half round trip. Picnic tables and wood barbecues…

Magenta Mine Picnic Area

Visit the open-cut Magenta Mine which produced up to 13,000 ounces of gold between 1860 and about 1910. Horse-drawn drays carted away the rock for crushing in the nearby battery.…

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