Mount Lawson State Park
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- Established:June 1988
Mount Lawson State Park is known for its steep slopes, cliffs and prominent rocky bluff which impart a natural rugged beauty. The park contains a range of largely undisturbed natural environments. There are panoramic views of surrounding mountains and valleys from the summit of Mount Lawson and spectacular displays of wildflowers in spring.
Enjoy horse riding, scenic drives, a spot of fishing or a bushwalk. Visit the nearby historic trestle bridge off Firebrace Track which was once part of the Wodonga to Cudgewa Railway line.
Dogs and other pets are not permitted.
How to get there
Mount Lawson State Park is located about 70kms east of Albury-Wodonga. It lies between the Murray Valley Highway and the Murray River.
Mt Lawson Road provides unsealed, fine weather, two wheel drive access to most popular visitor areas. Vehicle access to the northern part of the park is possible at The Kurrajongs.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Dhudhuroa identify the Mount Lawson State Park as their Traditional Country. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria
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