Coopracambra National Park Bush Camping

National Park - Victoria

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Coopracambra National Park is in one of the most remote sections of Victoria and remains largely undisturbed. The red sandstone gorge of the Genoa River and the surrounding granite peaks form some outstanding scenery. The park is of high conservation value with its undisturbed ecosystems, a heritage river, rare flora and fauna and diverse landscape.


No camping or toilet facilities are provided in the park although bush camping is permitted. The nearest campgrounds and facilities are in Cann River and the Croajingolong National Park.  


Coopracambra National Park is located 500km east of Melbourne and 250km south of Canberra.


The park is bounded by three major sealed roads – the Monaro Highway to the west, the Imlay Road to the north in New South Wales and the Princes Highway to the south. Though possible to access the park from any direction using a network of roads, sections of these roads are only suitable for 4WD vehicles. Within the park there are relatively few tracks. The WB Line is the main park road, joining Chandlers Creek on the Monaro Highway to the west and the Wangarabell settlement to the east. It also provides access to the cascading Beehive Falls and to the helipad at Mealing Hill, with breathtaking views.


Please note that the WB Line has steep grades and is not recommended for 2WD vehicles. Ivor
Track on the southern side of the Genoa River at Wangarabell is utilised by bushwalkers accessing the Genoa Gorge.


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