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Salisbury Falls Gorge
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Wenham's camp July 2014
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Barbeque
Camping
Canoeing
Cycling
Fishing
Fossicking for gold
Medium walk / Day walk
Mountain biking
Picnicking
Scenic drive
Short walk
Sight-seeing
Yachting/Sailing
Camp fires
  • cycling - bush

    Bike riding and walking Bike riding is permitted on open vehicle roads tracks and some management tracks including Pangarang Lookout Walk and Ridge Track to Mount Glenrowan. Riding is prohibited on all other walking…

  • Camper in tent

    Camping There are campgrounds at Wenhams Camp and The Forest Camp. No bookings, no fees. Access 2WD access via gravel roads. Campsites Bush setting, suitable for tents, campervans, camper trailers and…

  • fishing

    Fishing Murray Cod are frequently caught in the Lower Ovens River. Most are returned to the river to ensure the ongoing survival of this iconic fish.

  • fossicking

    Prospecting A small area in the Killawarra section of the park is available for gemstone prospecting, in particular the mineral Wavelite. Prospectors must hold a Miners Right or Tourist Fossicking Authority.

  • picnic - np

    Briens Gorge Enjoy a picnic or barbecue at Briens Gorge. There are also barbecue facilities and picnic tables at Ryans Lookout, Pine Gully Picnic Area and Adams/Tower Road.

  • canoeing - murray

    Camerons Bend The lower reaches of the Ovens River offer some of the best still water canoeing in the state among a maze of channels and wetlands. With care, power boats can…

  • family picnic - park

    Pine Gully Picnic Area Enjoy a picnic or barbecue at Pine Gully Picnic Area. There are pit toilets here. There are also barbecue facilities and picnic tables at Briens Gorge, Ryans Lookout and Adams/Tower…

  • family picnic

    Ryans Lookout The views from Ryan's Lookout are exceptional, especially in winter with snow covered peaks in the distance. Enjoy a picnic or barbecue at Ryans Lookout. There are also barbecue facilities…

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