Parks & forests

Parks & Forests
With a variety of native wildlife, camping grounds, picnic areas, walking trails and an extensive network of forest roads for you to explore, the parks and forests surrounding our area have it all.

Enjoy a picnic, a kayak, a walk or choose your own adventure in one, or all, of these special places.

Before you visit

Take a look at important information for camping tips, regulations and any current closures by visiting www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/forests/recreation or parks.vic.gov.au 

If you are planning on having a fire, check that there isn't a total fire ban in the area 

Wakool Shire

Campbell’s Island State Forest

Campbell’s Island is excellent for camping, 4-wheel driving, walking, canoes and kayaks, those with dogs, fishing and is also great for those who require 2-wheel drive access. Best access is via...
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Wakool Shire

Koondrook Perricoota State Forest

This state forest excellent for getting off the beaten track in your 4-wheel drive. It’s also suitable for camping, walking, canoes, kayaks and fishing. Best access is via Moulamein Road or East...
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Wakool Shire

Gunbower Island National Park

Gunbower National Park is the forest option that generally guarantees year-round access and is a popular destination for all round-campers along the Murray. The park caters for all sorts of outdoor feats...
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Wakool Shire

Yanga National Park

Yanga Station was one of the oldest and largest properties in the Riverina established in 1840’s. These days it’s a national park which celebrates both its pastoral history and natural wonders....
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