Moondarra State Park
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- Established:December 1984
Moondarra State Park is known for its wildflower displays, particularly along Seninis Track where sixteen species of native orchid have been recorded.
Scenic drives, bushwalks, picnicking, swimming, camping, fishing and nature study are popular activities. Some roads are suitable for bike riding.
Spring is the main wildflower season and along with summer, are the most popular times to visit the park. Although, there is plenty to do all year round.
How to get there
Moondarra State Park is situated approximately 160kms east of Melbourne. The park is reached from the Princes Highway at Moe by following the Moe-Rawson Road.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Gunai/Kurnai identify the Moondarra State Park as their Traditional Country.
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