Alpine National Park
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- Due to recent bushfires in the area, the Tali Karng walking track network in the Alpine National Park will remain closed until further notice. Further information can be found here. at Tali Karng, Monday 15 July, 2019
- With over 40 cm of fresh snow in the past 48 hours, accompanied by very strong winds and lots of transported snow, the avalanche danger is considerable in some areas of the back-country today. Avoid steep terrain, especially near ridge tops lee to the west and south, and especially as the day warms. Take Care out there. at Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing, Monday 15 July, 2019
- Some roads in this park are subject to seasonal road closures. See Map 35A, Map 35B, Map 35C, Map 35D, Map 35E, Map 35F, Map 35G, Map 35H and Map 35I for locations of the closures. at Alpine National Park, Thursday 6 June, 2019
- The southern section of the Alpine National Park is currently subject to heavy snow cover. Please ensure preparation prior to heading into the park, including checking road and weather conditions, driving to experience level, and communication planning. Alpine roads including the Tamboritha, Howitt and Moroka Roads are currently unsuitable for 2WD vehicles. Visitors should carry chains if planning a trip into high elevation areas. Please contact 13 1963 for park information. at Alpine National Park, Monday 3 June, 2019
- Bluff Track from above Lovicks Hut through to King Billy/Brocks Road intersection is now closed due to recent snowfall and for public safety. Alternative access to Brocks Road is via Carin Creek Track from Lovicks Hut. Lovicks and Bluff Huts remain open. Penalties do apply and will be enforced to this extended road closure. at Alpine National Park, Thursday 30 May, 2019
- Macs Creek Road is closed and impassable between Dapples Creek Track and McCarthys Track due to a collapsed log bridge. at Alpine National Park, Friday 18 May, 2018
- The section of Armstrong Track in the Deddick Valley from Bull Flat to Fry's Access is closed until further notice due to storm damage. at Car touring, Tuesday 13 June, 2017
The Alpine National Park stretches from central Gippsland all the way to the New South Wales border where it adjoins Kosciuszko National Park. Within the park are some of Australia’s most stunning alpine landscapes, including mountain peaks, escarpments and grassy high plains.
There are plenty of opportunities for bushwalking, from hikes to plunging waterfalls or the summits of Victoria’s highest peaks – Mount Feathertop, Mount Bogong and Mount Howitt – to the network of tracks among the Snow Gums, summer wildflowers and historic mountain huts of the Bogong High Plains.
Other activities include cross-country skiing (with downhill skiing at adjoining resorts), camping, canoeing, cycling, four-wheel driving and horse riding in the warmer seasons.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Bidawal, Dhudhuroa, Gunaikurnai, Jaithmathang, Taungurong and Nindi-Ngudjam Ngarigu Monero identify the Alpine National Park as their Traditional Country.
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