Proposed Murray River Park (part)


Proposed Murray River Park (part)


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Proposed Murray River Park (part)

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Proposed Murray River Park (part)

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

    Barmah Island (majority of area closed for Easter holiday period)

    There will be limited vehicle and camping access at Barmah Island this Easter holidays (26 March - 15 April). Visitors will be able to camp in the top Northeast corner only. This area has been marked out with tape and signage. Visitors are asked to enter (and exit) only via Moira Lakes Rd (near Rice’s Bridge) and turning left onto River Rd. Alternative areas for camping where dogs are permitted include: The Ranch Camping Area Barmah (Proposed Murray River Park), Carter’s Beach Camping Area (Ulupna Island), Stewart’s Bridge Rd – various (dogs not permitted in some sections which are National Park), Shepparton Regional Park, Arcadia Streamside Reserve. Parks Victoria enforcement staff will be patrolling Barmah Island over the Easter period.

    Attachments: Alternatives to Barmah Island (270KB)

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