Cobboboonee National Park


Cobboboonee National Park


Volunteering in parks is a great way to contribute to conserving Victoria’s special places. The many personal benefits of volunteering include learning more about plants and wildlife, gaining new skills, being in the outdoors, improving health and well being and meeting new friends. Time spent in nature also reduces stress and promotes physical wellbeing.
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Cobboboonee National Park

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Cobboboonee 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.

  • Cobboboonee National Park

    Surry Ridge Campsites Closed (Temporarily)

    As a temporary measure for public safety, protection of environmental values and to maintain visitor experience, campsites at Surry Ridge visitor site are closed due to no toilet facility on site.

    The visitor site remains open for day use including picnic tables and short walks.  Nearby public toilets are located in the townships of Portland and Heywood.

    Nearby campsites in Cobboboonee National Park include Jackass Fern Gully Campground and Wrights Campground which are open and available for use.

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