Why not explore the park by foot? There's a variety of walking tracks in the area, catering for a range of fitness levels. Refer …
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Why not explore the park by foot? There's a variety of walking tracks in the area, catering for a range of fitness levels.
Refer to the park note for a map of these walks.
Natural Bridge - medium (1hr, 3km)
This is a return walk, not a loop.
Lake Surprise - medium (45 min, 2km)
Follow the crater lakes high waterline on the loop walk.
Crater Rim - medium (1-2 hrs, 2km)
On-site signs give brief insights into some features of this loop walk
Lava Canal - hard (2-3 hrs, 6.5km)
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