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National Parks

Woomargarma National Park. Image credit: Murray Regional Tourism

Towering river redgums, ecologically important wetlands teeming with birdlife, salt lakes and desert landscapes, hiking tracks, lookouts, mighty rivers and the epic Australian bush.

Right along the Murray on the Victorian and New South Wales sides we’ve carved out a stunningly diverse range of National and Regional Parks, designed to protect our ecosystems, and showcase the richness of Australia’s unique landscapes, flora and fauna.

Types of park

It’s important to know what type of park you’re in, as some require bookings in order to camp overnight. National parks also restrict pets, while you can usually bring your pooch to a regional park. Explore our parks, but always check ahead for road conditions, pack supplies and always let someone know where you’re heading and when you plan to return.