Morwell National Park


Morwell National Park


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Morwell National Park

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Morwell 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.

  • Morwell National Park

    Assets Closed

    Morwell National Park has been heavily impacted by severe storms. 

    The following areas will remain closed until further notice, including: 
    - Stringybark Track Bridge: The foot bridge between Kerry Road Carpark and Stringybark Track is storm damage. For access to Stringybark Track, please walk from Brewsters Road Entry.
    - Billy’s Creek Track Bridges 1-4: Billy’s Creek footbridges are storm damaged. Walkers can access the track on foot by walking directly across the creek during low-rainfall conditions

    - Bluegum Hill Track 

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