Coopracambra National Park


Coopracambra National Park


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Coopracambra National Park

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Coopracambra 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.

  • Beehive Creek (Coopracambra National Park)

    WB Line Tk - 4WD only

    Recent flood events have caused significant erosion of the eastern section of the WB Line Track. It is considered 4WD access only and visitors should exercise caution when travelling in this area. Access to the Beehive Creek Falls day visitor area is also impacted from this section of the WB Line Track.

    Parks Victoria is working with our flood recovery partners to reinstate access as soon as possible. However a completion timeline is not yet available. Please refer to Parkweb for further updates.

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