River Murray Reserve


River Murray Reserve


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River Murray Reserve

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River Murray Reserve

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

    Camerons Bridge Closure

    Camerons Bridge is temporarily closed due to termite damage and is unsafe to use. 

    Alternative route to Norris Bend and Horseshoe Bend is via Headworks Road. 
    Alternative route to the Torrumbarry boat ramp is via Torrumbarry Weir Road. 

    Closures due to the active fires in the Upper Murray area

    There is an active fire located in the Upper Murray area around the township of Corryong.
    The fire has already impacted several parks and reserves in the area and has the potential for further impacts.
    As a result of the fire the following campsites and parks on the Murray River are closed to members of the public until further notice:
    Burrowye Bend Reserve
    Bullock Flat Reserve
    Gadd’s Bend Reserve
    Pebble Beach Reserve
    Neil’s Bend Reserve
    Clarke Lagoon Wildlife Reserve
    Lighthouse Crossing Reserve
    Indi Bridge Reserve
    Bunroy Creek Reserve
    Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park
     Mount Mittamatite Regional Park (also known as Mount Mitta Mitta Regional Park).
    Visitors who are currently in these parks and reserves are advised to leave immediately if it safe to do so.
    If you are in these parks and reserves it is critical that you follow Vic Emergency Services advice, which can be accessed through:
    •  the Vic Emergency Service website (www.emergency.vic.gov.au)
    • the Vic Emergency Hotline (freecall 1800 226 226), or
    •  on the VicEmergency App.

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