Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park


Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park


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Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park

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Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Burrowa - Pine Mountain National Park

    Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park - visitor access

    Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park – visitor access

    Burrowa-Pine Mountain was heavily impacted by fire in 2019-20 and suffered extensive flood and storm damage in late 2022.
    Works are progressing to repair and re-open visitor sites and assets as soon as possible.
    The following are currently open:
    * Bluff Falls – access is available to the top view point, however pedestrian access below and around the falls remains restricted for safety reasons.
    * Bluff Creek, Blue Gum Camp and Hinces Creek visitor areas - most sites are available for camping and picnicking.  Portable toilets are in place.
    * Pine Mountain - road access has been re-established and the walking track is cleared and open past Rocky Knob to Mad Woman’s Well.   The trailhead and picnic area are open.
    * The Lookouts Walking Track – open from Bluff Falls past Campbells Lookout all the way to Ross Lookout.
    The following remain closed at this stage:
    * Bluff Creek Nature Trail – planning for the replacement of footbridges and other infrastructure is currently underway.
    * Mt Burrowa and Black Mountain Walking Tracks – clearing and hazardous tree treatment to be undertaken.
    * Vehicle tracks – a number of 4WD vehicle tracks and creek crossing have been impacted.  Mt Burrowa, Lower Dogman, McNamara’s and Wild Goat Tracks are currently closed awaiting repair.
    Repair and re-opening of visitor assets is being prioritised to ensure visitors can safely access the park.  Visitors should remain vigilant, obey signage and keep out of closed areas for safety reasons.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Parks

    Seasonal road closures 2023

    Seasonal road closures apply to areas within and tracks bordering this park from 15 June 2023. See MapshareVic for locations of the closures. Visit the seasonal road closures page for more information

    Ground shooting operations targeting deer

    Ground control operations targeting deer will be undertaken in these Parks and Reserves from December 2022 to December 2023. These areas will remain open to visitors during operations.
    Alpine National Park (Bogong High Plains, Mount Bogong, Dinner Plain, Dargo High Plains, Foothills and Southern Alps)
    Buchan Caves Reserve
    Burrowa-Pine Mountain
    Cape Conran Coastal Park
    Cape Liptrap Coastal Park
    Cabbage Tree Creek Flora Reserve
    Errinundra National Park
    Lake Tyers State Park
    Lakes National Park
    Baw Baw National Park
    Mount Buffalo National Park
    Mount Mittamatite Regional Park
    Mount Mitta Mitta Flora Reserve
    Mount Lawson State Park
    Mount Granya State Park
    Mountain Creek Education Area
    Pheasant Creek Flora Reserve
    Wabba Wilderness Park
    Wilsons Promontory National Park

    For more information about deer control to protect biodiversity, please visit this link.

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