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Change of conditions
- No change of conditions apply
- All the plants and animals in the park are protected. Leave the park as you find it.
- Bins are not provided. Please take your rubbish with you.
- Firearms are not permitted.
- Fires are not permitted
- The threatened Hooded Plover nests on the beaches within this park from August to March. Observe signs or fencing indicating active nesting areas and do not harm the eggs or chicks.
- Motorised cycles are not permitted.
- A bicycle lock is recommended when leaving your bicycle for a walk. Parks Victoria and the Licensed Operator take no responsibility for loss, theft or damage to bicycles.
- Camping is not permitted.
- Keep to designated tracks.
Between sunrise and 9am, dogs are permitted on leash at:
- The Blowhole
- Tea Tree Creek
- West Head
- and between London Bridge and Gunnamatta Beach
Dogs are not permitted at:
- Fingal Beach and picnic area
- Cape Schanck
- Bushrangers Bay
- Main Creek
- Greens Bush
- Flinders Ocean Beach adjacent to Mushroom Reef Marine Sanctuary.
- Emergency markers points are located in this park to help pinpoint your exact location in the case of an emergency. In an emergency call 000 and quote the emergency marker code. Further information about emergency markers is available here.
- Some cliffs are unstable. Observe warning signs.
- Ocean beaches can have dangerous undertows and unexpected large waves. Swim only at patrolled beaches.
- Fingal picnic area will be closed on days of Total Fire Ban. Please check current conditions if you plan to visit on a day of Total Fire Ban
- The majority of this park has been identified as 'high bushfire risk' and will be closed for public safety on days of Code Red Fire Danger Rating. As an exception, the back beach areas (between Portsea and Gunnamatta) have been assessed to have an acceptable/manageable level of bushfire risk and will remain open.
- For more information on the location of parks within Bureau of Meteorology forecast districts and closures on days of forecast Code Red Fire Danger Rating click here.
19 Apr 2013
An all-terrain wheelchair, the ‘Trailrider’, will feature in today's Oxfam Trailwalker, a 48 hour, 100 kilometre hike through five outer eastern national parks. Pushing the wheelchair, with team member Bruce Towers onboard, will be a team from Parks Victoria, including the Member for Caulfield David Southwick and with the Member …