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  • The surface of Warm Corners Track, Clem Track, and the eastern end of Warbisco Track may be loose and dusty, and will become very slippery in wet conditions, due to recent heavy machinery work as part of a fire response effort. Visitors are requested to avoid travelling on these tracks if possible, particularly in wet conditions. at Four Wheel Driving, Friday 9 November, 2018
  • The Snowy Icon 4WD route includes the Bowen Track, Bowen Link Track and Monkeytop Track, which may be blocked by trees as it is not currently possible to assess and clear these tracks of fallen timber. at Four Wheel Driving, Friday 9 November, 2018
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Bird watching
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  • 4WD - river

    Four Wheel Driving Four wheel drive through this remote park and enjoy spectacular river scenery, deep gorges, waterfalls and magnificent forests.To protect the environment and for your safety, many of the 4WD tracks…

  • mt-buffalo-walking

    Silver Mine Walking Track Explore relics from early 1900s silver mining operations adjacent to the Snowy River in this 15.5km loop walk.The Silver Mine Walk is recommended as an overnight trip for seasoned walkers…

  • Tulloch Ard Lookout Walk

    Tulloch Ard Lookout Walk Starting in the tall Mountain Grey Gum forest of the Snowy River National Park, the Tulloch Ard Lookout Walk steadily descends through a range of different vegetation and finishes on…

  • walking

    Little River Gorge visitor area Little River Gorge, Victoria's deepest gorge, is to the west of McKillop Bridge and downstream from the junction of the Little River and Snowy River. After a well-signed 800 metre…

  • white water raft

    Balley Hooley CampingAccessThe camping area is located off Bailey Hooley Road at the junction of the Snowy and Buchan Rivers. This camping area is some distance from towns and shops.BookingsNo booking is…

  • camping

    Raymond Creek Falls WalkingRaymond Creek Falls in the south of the park can be reached all year round from Orbost along Moorsford Road. A short 30 min walking track leads to a view…

  • camping - river

    Jacksons Crossing area Access The camping area is located off Varneys Track beside the Snowy River. This camping area is some distance from towns and shops. Bookings No booking is required. Camping is…

  • canoe

    McKillops Bridge McKillops Bridge is one of the few places in the park with access to the Snowy River by conventional vehicles. It is the best canoe-launching place for experienced adventurers wanting…