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Terrick Terrick National Park

Terrick Terrick National Park
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Terrick Terrick N.P
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Mt Terrick Terrick Summit
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Murray River Cypress-pine
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Bennetts Rocks
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Brown Goshawk over the summit
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Rocks near summit of Mount Terrick Terrick
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Scar tree
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Swamp Wallabies
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Park Statistics

  • Established:June 1988
  • Area:3880ha
Camping
Medium walk / Day walk
Picnicking
Scenic drive
Short walk
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Home to many threatened species, the granite peaks of Terrick Terrick National Park contrast with areas of remnant native grasslands. This is an ideal park for a scenic drive, bushwalk or picnic.

How to Get There

Terrick Terrick National Park is 225km north-west of Melbourne and 60km from Bendigo along the Bendigo-Pyramid Road. The park is 4km north of Mitiamo. Entrance to Mount Terrick picnic and camping areas and the White Cypress Pine forest is off Sylvaterre-Timms Lake Road. The historic homestead and associated grasslands can be accessed via Mitiamo-Kow Swamp Road.

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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  • Camping Camping is permitted at Mount Terrick Terrick just beyond the picnic area only. This is to protect the park’s fragile…

  • Picnicking and walking The Mount Terrick Terrick Picnic Area has picnic tables, toilets and park information. Gas stoves and barbecues may be used.…

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