Campsites with easy car and river access are located at Angusvale. To help protect the fragile Heritage River environment camping is not permitted within 50 metres of the water.
Mitchell River National Park
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Change of conditions
- Mitchell Road is not open for through traffic; however the Mitchell River walking track can still be accessed from Mitchell Road.
at Mitchell River National Park
Tuesday 11 June, 2013 |
Mitchell River National Park has impressive river scenery, serene rainforest gullies, rugged landscapes and some of Victoria’s more unusual vegetation communities. From open forest to remote river gorges, the park is home to a vast array of indigenous flora and fauna, some at the furthermost extent of their range.
The park is an exciting destination for outdoor enthusiasts and boasts unspoilt natural beauty and remoteness. Canoeing or rafting provides the easiest access to much of the park. The river offers the canoeist short day trips or extended touring through tranquil pools and turbulent rapids down to the Gippsland Lakes. The best time canoeing is from July to December.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Gunaikurnai identify the Mitchell River National Park as their Traditional Country.
Popular things to do
The main picnic area is located at the Den of Nargun Carpark in the natural surrounds of the park. Toilets, picnic tables, gas barbecue and fire places are provided. Den of Nargun Loop Walk 5 km, 1.5 hours return This walk features the Bluff Lookout with views of the Mitchell…
Billy Goat Bend is a popular picnic site with basic facilities. Camping is allowed. The Bend affords panoramic views of the Mitchell River Gorge and rapids. The spectacular rock slides that form the natural amphitheatre and pockets of dry rainforest can be enjoyed from the viewing platform. Please note: the…
Restricted deer stalking is only permitted in accordance with hunting regulations within the eastern section of the Mitchell River National Park between 15 February and 15 December. Hunting is excluded from all of the western section and the eastern section north of Hortons Track. Hunting is not permitted on private…
Horse riding is a great way to see the park. Horse riding is permitted on roads and vehicle tracks open to the public. Horses are not permitted to remain overnight in the park unless prior approval has been obtained from the Ranger. Horse riders are asked to apply the horse…
Call Parks Victoria on 13 1963
- Birdlist - Angusvale (PDF File 130.8 KB)
East Gippsland Bird Observers Club Site Birdlist No.7
- Mitchell River National Park Management Plan (PDF File 1.4 MB)
- Park note - Mitchell River National Park (PDF File 1.5 MB)
- Electric/Gas BBQ
- Picnic table/seat
- Gravel carpark
28 Oct 2013
Parks Victoria along with the Wodonga branch of Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (SSAA) have completed the first phase of a land-based goat eradication program at Powers Lookout Scenic Reserve this past weekend. The increasing feral goat population at Powers Lookout has prompted this concentrated program to commence to halt…