Nearly half of the park is available for fossicking or panning for gold along Misery Creek. See the park note map for details. Remember to fill any holes made and leave the area as you found it. Relics are protected by law and must not be disturbed or removed. All…
Enfield State Park
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Now a haven for wildlife, Enfield State parks was once dominated by tents and diggers from around the world during Victoria’s gold rush.
Visit the park in spring and be rewarded by colourful and unusual wildflowers.
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
Popular things to do
An increasingly popular activity, many opportunities exist for bike riders to experience the park. Bicycles are not permitted to be ridden on walking tracks, but many tracks are available throughout the park for use.
Horses can be ridden on formed vehicle tracks open for public use but must not be taken on walking tracks. There are many tracks available and Enfield State Park and the surrounding State forest are an attractive setting for horse riding.
Throughout the park a network of all weather unsealed access roads and four wheel drive tracks are available for visitors to explore the sights of the park from the comfort of their vehicle. Some roads are seasonally closed and vehicles must only travel on roads open to the public for…
Picnic table and toilets are available at Enfield township.
Call Parks Victoria on 13 1963
- Picnic table/seat
02 Dec 2013
Nazim Erdem in conjunction with Parks Victoria and Independence Australia is reminding Victorians to think before they jump or dive from piers and jetties this summer to minimise the risk of spinal cord injury. At the age of 20, Nazim Erdem dived off an Elwood pier into shallow water in…