Snowy River National Park Vic

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Snowy River National Park Vic

Postby New_to_this » Mon Oct 06, 2008 5:51 pm

And this one?
Looks like there is plenty to do and no mention of fees.

http://www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/1park_display.cfm
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Re: Snowy River National Park Vic

Postby Derek Bullock » Mon Oct 06, 2008 6:02 pm

There is a little section on my website from when I spent some time down that way.

http://www.aussiecampovencook.com/alpin ... alpark.htm
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Re: Snowy River National Park Vic

Postby New_to_this » Mon Oct 06, 2008 6:45 pm

Thanks Derek.
Looks good. When abouts where you there. We are heading out on the 27th of Dec and i am a bit worried about places being full. So in some aspects it would be almost better if we book. But we are also quite happy to get in the car and drive till we find somewhere we are happy with. i would just like an idea of direction to head.
So somewhere like this is good where there are several camping areas in one area
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Re: Snowy River National Park Vic

Postby Redback » Tue Oct 07, 2008 12:10 pm

As far as i know Big River is nowhere near the Snowy River NP, there a few campsites along the Snowy River and in the Park, the only one that has 2WD access is McKillops bridge, there are a few places too camp there on both sides of the bridge.

The other campsites are between Buchan and Orbost, on Buchan Orbost Rd, all are 4WD access only, we had a look at all of them, the good thing about them was that there weren't alot of people camped at them, i didn't like McKillops bridge at all, the southern side of the Bridge was the best, i have heard that Deddicks is not bad, but i've never been so can't say.

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Re: Snowy River National Park Vic

Postby New_to_this » Tue Oct 07, 2008 10:53 pm

Alrighty Redback, so basically no good if you dont have a four wheel drive?

And Deddicks i have never heard of and havent come across it on my googling
off to have a look now.
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