Snowy River National Park

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Snowy River National Park

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Snowy River 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.

  • White Box Picnic Area (Snowy River Heritage River, Snowy River National Park)

    White Box Day visitor area near McKillops Bride in the Snowy River NP

    White Box day visitor area is in need of maintenance and the site has been closed for public safety

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Parks

    Partial park closures - planned aerial shooting operations targeting deer

    Parks Victoria will be conducting aerial shooting operations targeting deer. Partial park closures will be in place during these operations. See below for dates.
     
    NOTE: Visitors are advised to check the Change of conditions listing prior to arrival for up to date information and maps. For more information about the program and park closures, please visit this link.
     
    Snowy River NP
    18-22 March 2024
    25-29 March 2024
    16-20 September 2024
    9-13 December 2024
     
    Croajingolong NP
    18-22 March 2024
    25-29 March 2024
    16-20 September 2024
    9-13 December 2024
     
    Cape Conran CP
    16-20 September 2024
    9-13 December 2024
     
    Alpine National Park – Bogong High Plains, Dinner Plain, Dargo High Plains and Feathertop
    29 April – 3 May 2024
    18-22 November 2024
     
    Alpine National Park – Eastern Alps, Tom Groggin
    11-15 November 2024
     
    Mt Buffalo National Park
    18-22 November 2024

  • Snowy River National Park

    Snowy River National Park - Track Conditions and Temporary Closures

    Parts of the four wheel drive track network within the Snowy River National Park are closed due to very poor track condition.  Tracks affected by this closure are Bowen Track (from Warm Corners Track to Bowen Link Track), Warbisco Track and Bowen Link Track.
     
    The Mt. Joan Staircase on the Deddick Trail is also in poor condition and in order to avoid further deterioration, park visitors are asked to only travel the Deddick Trail in a northerly direction from Rich Knob Track to Bowen Track.

    Attachments: Information - SRNP Temporary Track Closures 20231026_26102023053223828 2 (417KB)

    Deddick Trail, Snowy River National Park - Blocked by large fallen tree at Rodger River

    The Deddick Trail, in Snowy River National Park, is blocked by a large fallen tree at the ford crossing over the Rodger River.  There is no vehicle access around the tree.

    It should be possible to navigate around this blockage by utilising Waratah Flat Rd and Rich Knob Track.

    Attachments: Deddick Trail - Large Tree Over Rodger River Crossing (981KB)

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