The park is criss-crossed by fire trails, which offer short scenic bush walks. The Great South West Walk also passes through the park. Great South …
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Change of conditions
- The Great South West Walk remains closed north of Inkpot Road until the completion of rehabilitation works. Walkers can use Inkpot Road as an alternative route.
Wednesday 17 April, 2013 |
The park is criss-crossed by fire trails, which offer short scenic bush walks. The Great South West Walk also passes through the park.
Great South West Walk
The Great South West Walk allows for a number of short or longer walks. Starting and ending at Portland, the 250km route passes through forest and heathlands, along rivers and via wind-swept coastal cliffs and beaches. A brochure covering the entire walk is available from Visitor Centres at Portland and Nelson or visit the website www.greatsouthwestwalk.com.
08 May 2013
There have been a couple of reasons for recent celebrations on the Budj Bim country also known as Mount Eccles National Park. One was to celebrate the six year anniversary of the Gunditjmara Native Title Settlement for the area, ratified in March 2007, and the other was the completion of a …