Alpine National Park
The Alpine National Park covers a vast area across the mid eastern section of Victoria, continuing across into New South Wales. The region offers plenty of outdoor activities including bushwalking, canoeing, fishing, rock climbing, skiing, and whitewater rafting.
There are plenty of bushwalking tracks around the National Park, including the fabulous 655km Australian Alps Walking Track which starts at Walhalla in Victoria leading to the Australian Capital Territory. If you are bushwalking then you need to make sure that you have all supplies that you might need and you should contact the Rangers before departing. Although there are designated camping areas, it is also possible to bush camp around the National Park.
Once winter hits in another attraction draws the visitors to this region, skiing. The main skiing areas include Mt Baw Baw, Mt Buffalo, Mt Buller, Mt Hotham, and Falls Creek. Cross country skiing is also popular at Lake Mountain, Mt Donna Buang, Mt Stirling and Mt St Gwinear. If you are driving during the winter then check road conditions before you head off, as often many of the roads are closed.
Destinations within Great Dividing Range
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|Mt Buller||Mt Hotham|