Basic bush camping is available at O'Briens Crossing. O'Briens Crossing has toilets and fireplaces. Walking is a great way to discover the park. …
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Fallen logs on hiking trail
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Location: OBriens Crossing Campground & Picnic Area
O'Brien's Crossing Camp Area
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Location: OBriens Crossing
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Basic bush camping is available at O'Briens Crossing. O'Briens Crossing has toilets and fireplaces.
Walking is a great way to discover the park. From O'Briens Crossing there are a number of walks catering for a range of fitness levels and time constraints.
O’Briens Crossing – Byers Back Track – The Tunnel and return (3km, 1.5 hours)
The track follows an old water race around the steep Lerderderg valley and gives fine views of the river. At the second cross track, turn right and descend steeply to a point opposite The Tunnel.
O’Briens Crossing – East Walk – Cowan Track – O’Briens Road – Short Cut track – O’Briens Crossing (14km, 5 – 5.5 hours)
The East Walk follows the Lerderderg River downstream and is rough in places and subject to flood damage. Cowan Track is steep and climbs more than 200 metres from the river to O’Briens Road. Return along O’Briens Road and Short Cut Track to O’Briens Crossing.
O’Briens Crossing – Lerderderg River – Mackenzies Flat (20km, 2 or 3 days)
This is a challenging walk in the Lerderderg Gorge and is for experienced bushwalkers only. It is best to do the walk when the river is fairly low, as many crossings are necessary and at times the riverbed itself is the track. Here you can experience remote, unspoiled bushland.
09 May 2013
A partnership between Government agencies, volunteers and scientists has installed barriers to save a rare alpine fish that was in danger of extinction. Parks Victoria, the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) Arthur Rylah Institute (ARI), West Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (WGCMA), VRfish and the Australian Trout Foundation …