Kings Billabong Park


Kings Billabong Park


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Kings Billabong Park

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Kings Billabong 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.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Sites

    Areas Reopened

    Kings Billabong Park has now reopened.

    The Parks Victoria Team have been working tirelessly to complete post flood remedial works to enable reopening.

    Although the initial remedial works have been completed it will be some time before all required recovery work can be completed. 

    Please note that the inherent risk associated with visiting, exploring and camping in the river country still exist and that visitors should take these into consideration.

    These are but not limited to:
    - Trees and branches may fall
    - Uneven surfaces
    - Uneven road surfaces
    - Hazards may increase with wind and rain
    - Increased risk of mosquito-borne disease 

    Enjoy your stay!

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