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Snowy River National Park

The Bridge From Snowy River
Snowy River National Park
from Victorian-Parks
Little River Gorge
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Snowy River National Park
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White Cypress Pine
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Snowy River
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Snowy River near McKillops Bridge
from Gippsland High Country Tours
Brown Treecreeper
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Cunningham's Skink
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Tulloch Ard Lookout Walk
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Morning views in the North
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Stunning views
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Change of conditions

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  • Due to maintenance works, McKillops Bridge over the Snowy River at Deddick will be closed between 8.00am-4.00 Monday-Friday for approximately one month starting Monday 20 November 2017. View the factsheet for more information. at McKillops Bridge, Thursday 26 October, 2017
  • The Silver Mine Walk is recommended for seasoned walkers with some orienteering skills and should not be attempted without access to the visitor guide, a good map of the area and a compass. at Silver Mine Walking Track, Wednesday 1 February, 2017

Park Statistics

  • Established:April 1979
  • Area:98700ha
Bird watching
Camp fires
Four wheel driving
Horse riding
Medium walk / Day walk
Short walk

The Snowy River is renowned for canoeing and rafting, and this remote park is ideal for those who appreciate magnificent forests, rugged gorges and wild landscapes.

McKillops Bridge is one of the few places with conventional vehicle access to the Snowy River. The Deddick River meets the Snowy just upstream of the bridge and wide sandy beaches with shallow rock pools between the rapids make this a great swimming spot.

Gunaikurnai Joint Management Plan

The Gunaikurnai Traditional Owner Land Management Board (GKTOLMB) are currently developing a Joint Management Plan in consultation with Parks Victoria and the Department of Environment Land, Water and Planning. The plan will cover the ten parks and reserves for which the Gunaikurnai have gained Aboriginal Title as a result of the 2010 Traditional Owners Land Management Agreement.

The plan will supersede any existing plans and set out objectives for achieving sustainable management within the existing legal framework and in accordance with recognised management principles. It will also provide strategic and operational direction for the ongoing management of these parks and reserves.

If you would like to be involved please visit The draft plan is due to be released for public comment toward the end of 2015.

Aboriginal Traditional Owners

Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Bidawal and Nindi-Ngudjam Ngarigu Monero identify the Snowy River National Park as their Traditional Country.Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria

The Gunaikurnai Traditional Owners' strong connection with the land has been legally recognised in a settlement agreement that enables them to jointly manage 10 parks in Eastern Victoria, including New Guinea Cave located within the Snowy River National Park.



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