Lake Tyers State Park Camping and Access Strategy

The Camping and Access Strategy provides a future direction for the management of Lake Tyers State Park. It aims to improve the visitor experience and available facilities, whilst creating the framework to celebrate and protect areas of cultural and environmental values.

Community consultation about the Camping and Access Strategy was undertaken in 2018 and 2020. Strong support was received for new facilities and amenities proposed at Trident Arm day visitor site and the improvements proposed for the Glasshouse campground.

While people were happy with the proposed strategy and supported the facility upgrades, some expressed concern about the proposed vehicle access changes. In the light of the feedback about access changes, Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) and Parks Victoria agreed to not proceed with three of the seven proposed changes. However, the remaining four changes remain in the strategy for future implementation to protect important cultural heritage sites.

See our management plans and strategies for the Gunaikurnai - Lake Tyers Camping and Access Strategy.

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