Set close to the heart of the Upper Murray is the Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park (18,400 ha).
Named for two peaks that can be found in the Park, Mount Burrowa and Pine Mountain, these two mountains provide excellent and diverse adventures for bushwalkers, campers, climbers, four-wheel drive enthusiasts, birdwatchers and nature lovers.
Boasting impressive scenery, diverse habitats and significant flora conservation values, Pine Mountain, one of Australia's largest monoliths, has a drier climate that supports many rare plants. Mount Burrowa, an area of higher rainfall, supports wet forest plants and is more heavily timbered.
Choose from many walks, ranging from an easy stroll to a three- or four-day trek which should challenge the serious hiker. Key attractions include Cudgewa Bluff Falls, The Lookouts Walking Track, Rocky Knob Walk, and Pine Mountain Summit walk.
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. Before your visit, please check the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website for updated changes of conditions and familiarise yourself with important bushfire safety information to ensure your experience is safe and enjoyable. For information about fires, Fire Danger Ratings and Total Fire Bans visit www.emergency.vic.gov.au.
Respect any access restrictions as the Park recovers from bushfires.