Native animals, though sometimes difficult to find, include Eastern Grey kangaroos, Rednecked wallabies, Brush-tail possums, koalas and echidnas. In the more remote and undisturbed areas,
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Native animals, though sometimes difficult to find, include Eastern Grey kangaroos, Rednecked wallabies, Brush-tail possums, koalas and echidnas. In the more remote and undisturbed areas, rare animals such as Heath Rats, Swamp Antechinus and Potoroos can be found.
Small colonies of Wombats inhabit the park, the only remnants of a once widespread population in the south west region of Victoria.
Some of the more common large birds include emus, herons and ducks. Other less common species are the Spotted Quail-Thrush, Painted Quail, Ground Thrush, Azure Kingfisher, and the rare Rufous Bristle-bird.
28 Feb 2014
Ahead of the Labour Day weekend Vic Roads and Parks Victoria have re-opened the Northern Grampians / Mount Victory Road which has been closed since 16 January as a result of the Northern Grampians Fire. This week VicRoads completed works to manage hazardous trees, along the Northern Grampians Road. Working…