Greater Bendigo National Park

Greater Bendigo National Park
The park now conserves some of north-central Victoria's most outstanding natural features, including box-ironbark forests. It has seen some intensive use over the past 150 years - gold mining, land selection, forestry, and eucalyptus oil production. Many significant relics of these industries, particularly the gold mining and eucalyptus oil industries, remain.

See and do

  • Fossick for gold: Allowed in some areas but fossickers must hold a current Miner's Right.
  • Walks: The park offers a range of opportunities.
  • Drives: Most roads in the park are unsealed and suitable for car touring and cycling.
  • Picnics: Bring your own firewood and drinking water.
Greater Bendigo National Park
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