Gunbower National Park
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Change of conditions
- Some tracks are closed within the Gunbower National Park due to environmental flooding. The closed tracks are: Batemans Break, Leitchville, Nursery, Smith Swamp, Robertsons, Garners, Bartons, Log Haulers and Wee Wee Rup.
at Gunbower National Park
Thursday 15 October, 2015 |
The wetlands and billabongs of the Gunbower forest are internationally recognised. When water flows along Little Gunbower Creek, the area is known for its spectacular birdlife. This is a great park for camping, fishing and relaxing on the bends of the Murray River.
Park map on mobile devices
PDF maps of this park are available to download for Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. These interactive maps allow you to see an overview of visitor facilities, calculate distances, see walking tracks, and (with sufficient mobile signal) locate yourself within the park. To download these maps, you must first install the free Avenza PDF Maps application.
If you don’t have a mobile Apple device, these PDF maps are also available for download under the ‘Related publications’ section below.
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
Walking There are many short and long walks in the area. A 14km walking track near Koondrook will take you…
Fishing The river is a breeding ground for native fish species such as Murray Cod and Golden Perch. A NSW…
Basic bush camping is available alongside the Murray River and Gunbower Creek on the island.