Lower Picnic Area is one of several picnic areas located throughout the park. Wood fired barbeque places and gas barbeques are provided free of charge on a first come basis, however wood is not supplied. Picnic shelter and toilets are located at Lower Picnic Area.
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Change of conditions
- Link Track (Track 11) in the Stockyards Mountain Bike Area remains closed.
at Mountain Bike Riding
Tuesday 29 January, 2013 |
Turntable Picnic Area is one of several picnic areas located throughout the park. Wood fired barbeque places and gas barbeques are provided free of charge on a first come basis, however wood is not supplied. Carpark, toilets and facilities for people with disabilities are located at&…
Have your say The You Yangs has two designated mountain biking areas that contain over 50 kilometres of exciting and environmentally sustainable trails that cater for riders of all ages and ability. The easier and flatter Kurrajong Plantation weaves for 20 kilometres and consists of three loop tracks through established Eucalypt plantations. …
The Western Plantation offers great riding opportunities. A loop trail marked with orange arrows starts at the front entrance of the park and winds its way through the plantation to the Western picnic area and then back to the front gate. Horses are only permitted in the Western Plantation west …
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24 May 2013
Two men have been questioned about serious offences in relation to the destruction of habitat in Barmah National Park last weekend. Operation Detroit was the first stage of an ongoing joint compliance operation between Parks Victoria, Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) and Victoria Police, aimed at detecting illegal …