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Things to do

Barbeque
Camping
Canoeing
Horse riding
Hunting
Long walk / Multi day walk
Picnicking
Short walk
Sight-seeing
Swimming
Camp fires
  • hunting

    Hunting 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…

  • white water rafting

    Canoeing and rafting The river offers the canoeist short day trips or extended touring through the tranquil pools and turbulent rapids down to the Gippsland Lakes. It provides challenging grade III and IV…

  • walking - park

    Walking Mitchell River Walking Track 18km one way This walk is best completed in two days, though for energetic walkers it can be completed in a day. The walk starts at…

  • horseriding

    Horse riding 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…

  • walking

    Den of Nargun 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…

  • family picnic at table - metro park

    Billy Goat Bend 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…

  • camping

    Angusvale 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.