Murray - Kulkyne Park


Murray - Kulkyne Park


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Murray - Kulkyne Park

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Murray - Kulkyne 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.

  • Murray - Kulkyne Park

    This park has been impacted by recent significant weather events and is closed.

    For public safety, Parks Victoria will close areas impacted by severe weather. Closures are necessary while assessments and works are undertaken to remove risks and repair damage before reopening for visitors. For your safety, please avoid these impacted areas.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Parks

    Messengers Regulator Bridge on River Track Closed

    River track has dried out and accessible but is a "no through road". Washaways are present but are signposted so drive to conditions. 

    Unfortunately, Messengers regulator is significantly damaged from floods and is impassible hence a no through road. Be sure to check maps as to river bends or tracks you wish to visit as you may have to enter river track from the north or south end of the park.

    Increased risk of mosquito-borne diseases

    Large numbers of mosquitoes in Northern Victoria have increased the risk of mosquito-borne diseases, particularly around rivers and other water bodies.
    For information about how to protect yourself and your loved ones from mosquito bites before you head outdoors, visit the Don't Wing It!- Better Health Website or see our visitor safety tips. 

    Murray River Dispersed Camping Limited Access Due to Flood Damage

    Due to the recent Murray River and Hattah Lakes flood, all river access traditionally accessible for dispersed camping in Murray Kulkyne Park is either (Closed) or (Open with warning signage).
    The areas marked as Closed remain officially closed until tracks are cleared, tree hazards can be assessed and removed to ensure you and your family’s safety. Once assessed to be safe for public access the areas will be reopened. Thanks for your patience.
    Please find a list of areas below to help navigate through this period:

    Liparoo Camping Area - Open
    Paddle Wheel Camping Area – Closed
    The Boiler Camping Area – Open
    Ki Bend Camping Area - Closed
    Jinkers Bend Camping Area - Closed
    Fireman’s Bend Camping Area – Closed
    Retail Bend Camping Area - Open
    Deep Bend Camping Area - Closed
    Sextons Bend Camping Area - Open
    Station Bend Camping Area - Closed
    Britts Bend Camping Area - Open
    Tarpaulin Bend Camping Area - Open
    Billabong Bend Camping Area - Closed
    Emmerts Bend Camping Area - Closed
    Emmerts Bend Boat Ramp - Open
    Mansells Bend - Closed
    Le Bruns Bend - Closed
    Watts Bend - Open

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