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Tarra-Bulga National Park in South Gippsland is well known for its giant Mountain Ash trees, beautiful fern gullies and ancient myrtle beeches. Hidden within the Strzelecki Ranges, Tarra-Bulga National Park features lush fern-filled gullies, giant...more
Traralgon-Balook Road, Balook, Victoria 3971, Australia
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We spent three days birding from the Visitors Centre and we found some cracking birds in amazing forest. Unfortunately, but understanding, the visitors centre is only open on weekends and school holidays so we're didn't get to see in there. The trails are very well...More
It's hard to believe that you are in Victoria whilst strolling through the park. I felt like I was almost in the Daintree at times. It's a great place to go, and I would recommend. It's very easy to forget all the great places we...More
Tarra-Bulga NP is one of my favorite spots in Victoria. It's one of the smallest national parks but it packs a punch. The giant tree ferns are amazing and the view from the suspension bridge is spectacular. If you go in winter, you can pretty...More
This is the most beautiful rainforest I have ever been to. So much to offer everyone from families to oldies. Ancient forest. Huge mountain Ash and Myrtle Beech trees, all colours shapes and sizes of fungi, lyrebirds (go in winter they are everywhere). There is...More
My new love for hiking and exploring Victoria's parks and gardens bought me to Tarra Bulga National Park.
After a windy trip from Yarram we arrived at the small car park packed with fellow nature lovers.
We walked to the suspension budge then up around...More
The tree ferns are amazing and walking over the suspension bridge is an excellent way to get a tip top view. Huge - really huge trees are found on the lyrebird trails. We only heard it calling so a bit disappointed on that count but...More
It was nice rain-forest for various hikes. Better to go in spring/summer when there is water which you can see beautiful waterfalls and river walks. We went in Autumn which we failed to see the waterfall. Saw lot of people camping on site and there...More
When two fifteen year old boys enjoy a walk in the bush you know you're on a winner !
Strongly suggest if in the Latrobe Valley do the round tip from Traralgon via the park and Yarram. You can return direct from Yarram via Hyland...More
We needed to get the teenagers out into the fresh air and off the screens during the school holidays. This was the perfect place for them. They all appreciated the natural beauty of Tarra valley without any prompting as it speaks for itself. Visiting the...More
We found out about this national park while on a road trip to Wilsons Promotory. So glad we went off track to visit this gem of nature. The short rainforest walk from the picnic area is one of the best we have seen. We also...More