Discover the largest stand of River Red Gums at Barmah National Park whose famous foliage dates back over 500 years.
Standing up to 30 metres tall, the geology of the region can be put down to its relationship with the Murray River, which regularly floods the park, turning it into a wetland.
Its regular flooding regime affords this park a diverse natural habitat, ripe for exploration.
One of the best ways to explore this park is at oar’s pace, taking one of the four canoe trails through the park.
With nothing but the sound of the paddle hitting the calm water, you’ll be in prime position to see and hear the 220 species of birds, especially waterbirds, recorded in this national park.
Be aware conditions can change in parks for many reasons so be sure to check Parks Victoria for updates prior to travel.