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Barmah National Park

Barmah National Park 2019
Barmah National Park 2019
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Barmah national park facilities
Barmah national park facilities
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Barmah National Park receding waters
Barmah National Park receding waters
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Barmah Park Jan 2019
Barmah Park Jan 2019
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Barmah national park sign
Barmah national park sign
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Sharing the warmth
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Week after the rain
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More Locals
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Friendly Locals
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The Locals
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Fog lifting
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Barmah by night
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Barmah National Park under flood
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Canoeing at Barmah National Park
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People canoeing on the Murray
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People canoeing on the Murray
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Roos
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Barmah National Park
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Barmah N.P
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Flooded Barmah
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Barmah Lake
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Steamer Plain near Budgee Ck (Photo: Keith Wa
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View of Barmah
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Koala
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Colony takes flight
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Great Egret in breeding plumage (Photo: Keith
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Whitebelly Seaeagle (Photo: Tracey O’Keeffe)
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Fishing
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Walking
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Camping
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Welcome to Barmah National Park
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The Muster Yards
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Out for a cruise
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Barmah Lakes camping area
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  • A number of visitor tracks are currently closed due to ongoing flooding from the Murray River and recent storm damage. Visitors are advised to use caution when driving or camping throughout the park, and to observe on park signage relating to road closures. at Barmah National Park, Thursday 4 July, 2019

Park Statistics

Camping
Canoeing
Fishing
Medium walk / Day walk
Short walk
Swimming
Yachting/Sailing

Barmah National Park, together with the adjoining Millewa forest in New South Wales, forms the largest River Red Gum forest in the world. The complex ecology of the forest is closely linked to the Murray River and its flooding regime, creating a diverse natural habitat for a variety of wildlife, particularly waterbirds.

Barmah is a great spot for camping. Days can be easily filled with fishing, horse riding, bushwalking, swimming and canoeing.

For further information on the management of the feral horses in Barmah National Park, please click here.

If you witness any animals in distress requiring immediate attention, please contact 131 963.

How to Get There

Barmah National Park lies along the Murray River between the towns of Barmah and Strathmerton, about 225km north of Melbourne. Access to the 12 major entrance gates is available from the Moira Lakes Road, Barmah-Picola Road, and the Murray Valley Highway.

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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  • Swimming Swimming can be enjoyed at the numerous sandy river bend beaches. Take care when swimming - cold water and fast…

  • Fishing The Murray River provides excellent fishing opportunities, particularly for Murray Cod, Golden Perch, Cat Fish and Yabbies with many visitors…

  • Boating and canoeing Imagine the peace and tranquility of paddling around the waters of Barmah National Park. From the flowing Murray River, the…

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