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Mt Buffalo

1 year ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

The Horn carpark, Mt Buffalo

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Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Pink heath and granite at Crystal Brook

1 year ago from PHILIP SKEGGS

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

The rock my brother and I swam to

1 year ago from PHILIP SKEGGS

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Lake Catani turns pink at sunset

1 year ago from PHILIP SKEGGS

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Lake Catani

1 year ago from Steve Zonneveldt

Location: Lake Catani Camping & Lakeside Day Visitor Area

Cathedral

1 year ago from Damien Clarkson

Location: Cathedral Picnic Area

Eurobin Falls, Mt.Buffalo

2 years ago from Jimmy Nails

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Old Galleries, Mt. Buffalo

2 years ago from Jimmy Nails

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Mt. Cobbler framed by Buffalo granite

2 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Cathedral & Hump after Blizzard by Dezi Freeman

3 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

My snow swim at Mt. Buffalo on 14th July.

3 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Magnificant Mt Buffalo views

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Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Lake Catani fun

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Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Lake Catani beauty

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Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Last light at The Horn, Mt Buffalo National Park

3 years ago from Phil Skeggs

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

A rainbow breaks through the mist rise on Lake Catani

3 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Koah lifts the Leviathan: Buffalo Dezi

3 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

The Horn, Buffalo Plateau: Buffalo Dezi

3 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Leviathan sparkles in the sunlight. Buffalo Dezi

3 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

The Sentinel dwarfs a hiker

3 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Lake Catani

3 years ago from savithri galappathie

Location: Lake Catani Camping & Lakeside Day Visitor Area

Lake Catani

3 years ago from savithri galappathie

Location: Lake Catani Camping & Lakeside Day Visitor Area

Lake Catani

3 years ago from savithri galappathie

Location: Carpark - Lake Catani Campground

Lake Catani

3 years ago from savithri galappathie

Location: Carpark - Lake Catani Campground

Lake Catani

3 years ago from savithri galappathie

Location: Lake Catani Camping & Lakeside Day Visitor Area

Lake Catani

3 years ago from savithri galappathie

Location: Lake Catani Camping & Lakeside Day Visitor Area

Ascending from the depths of Rollasons Falls

3 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

Dingo: West Buffalo remote area

3 years ago from Dezi Freeman

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

The Gorge Stone Hut

3 years ago from Trevor Quick

Location: Gorge Day Visitor Area

Buffalo Gorge Milky Way

4 years ago from Damien Clarkson

Location: Gorge Day Visitor Area

Rollasons Falls

4 years ago from Damien Clarkson

Location: Rollasons Falls Picnic Area

Long before the fire,April 1984

5 years ago from harry kettmann

Location: Cathedral Picnic Area

Upper Rollasons Falls, Mount Buffalo National Park

5 years ago from Gary Rowan Higgins

Location: Rollasons Falls Picnic Area

Ladies Bath Falls

5 years ago from Courtney

Location: Walking

Rollasons Falls

5 years ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Rollasons Falls Picnic Area

Chalet pioneer Hilda Sams...

3 years ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Mount Buffalo National Park

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Change of conditions

  • The picnic shelter and toilet facilities at Lakeside Day Visitor Area are closed due to snow cover and frozen water pipes. These facilities are expected to re-open in spring. at Lake Catani Camping & Lakeside Day Visitor Area
    Thursday 29 June, 2017 |
  • During Winter, vehicles may be required to carry chains when visiting Mount Buffalo National Park depending on weather conditions. This information is updated daily at www.ski.com.au. Visitors must fit chains to vehicles where directed by signs. at Mount Buffalo National Park
    Wednesday 28 June, 2017 |
  • Some roads in this park are subject to seasonal road closures. See Map 36: Mount Buffalo National Park for locations of the closures. at Mount Buffalo National Park
    Thursday 18 May, 2017 |
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Camping
Canoeing
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Hang gliding
Medium walk / Day walk
Picnicking
Rock climbing/abseiling
Short walk
Sight-seeing
Skiing (cross country)
Snow play
Swimming
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Mount Buffalo National Park has sheer cliffs, imposing granite tors, tumbling waterfalls, snow gums and stunning wildflowers. The park features over 90km of walking tracks, panoramic scenery, waterfalls and scope for adventurous pursuits such as rock climbing and hang-gliding.

Mount Buffalo is an all-seasons playground. In summer, wildflowers are plentiful and the park is a cool retreat from the heat of the lowlands. Take in superb 360-degree views from the summit of the Horn and the delightful Gorge Heritage Walk. Enjoy picnics, canoeing and camping at Lake Catani in the summer months.

In winter the park is ideal for cross-country skiing with its gentle undulating landscape, spectacular sub-alpine environment and the convenience of over 14km of marked ski trails. The park offers safe and accessible tobogganing and snow play areas, providing great fun for the whole family.

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Campsite bookings

Camping is available from Melbourne Cup Weekend to April inclusive. Advance bookings and payment are required.

See the Lake Catani Camping page for more information.

  

eco certifiedMount Buffalo National Park is eco-certified and committed to sustainable practices and providing high quality nature-based tourism experiences.


  

Aboriginal Traditional Owners

Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves.  Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria

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Facilities Summary

  • Lodge
  • Visitor centre
  • Campsites
  • Information Shelter
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Toilet
  • Toilet and Shower Block
  • Gravel carpark
  • Sealed carpark
  • Hang gliding ramp

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Park Statistics

Established

November 1898

Area

31000ha

Contact information

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