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When two fifteen year old boys enjoy a walk in the bush you know you're on a winner!
Park at the Bulga car park rather than visitors cente as only a short walk. Cross over bridge and follow tack thru ferns back to car park....More
One of the highlights of this National Park is Corrigans Suspension Bridge so named in honour of the local shire engineer responsible for the original bridge going across the gully.
This bridge I am sure has brought so much joy to people especially kids who...More
I could not believe my luck when I actually walk on this beautifully maintained suspension bridge that actually swings! Nestled amongst the rich forest of ferns and tall mountain ash (tallest flowering plant in the world!), this is a god send track for the whole...More
Quite a long walk to get to the bridge from the visitor's centre including the return walk, via the Lyrebird Ridge, Ash and Wills track. Panoramic view whilst on the bridge looking down at the green canopy of ferns. The walking paths are very well-maintained...More
Seriously, I mean seriously who doesn't love a suspension bridge? Not to mention it brings the big kid out in you let's be honest.
However make sure you take a drink or snack, as it's a bit of a decent to the bridge which is...More
The walk to the Corrigan suspension bridge is only one of a few walking tracks that are available in this area of the Tarra Bulga National Park.
From the Visitor Centre and carpark, follow the signposted track to the bridge, which winds it’s way through...More