Baw Baw National Park

Offering superb bushland, native forest, and ski facilities, Baw Baw National Park is an easy day trip or weekend away for Yallourn North folk. With activities including camping, bushwalking, kayaking, skiing, hunting, abseiling, rock climbing, fishing, white water rafting, picnicking, and much more, there is something for everyone regardless of your...

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Poverty Point Bridge

Also known as Tramway Bridge, this hidden gem is often overlooked by those heading north into the bushland or to the town of Walhalla. Situated approximately 4km walk north from Walhalla Road, it offers a grade 3 walk through bushland and fauna along the Thomson River. Originally constructed in 1900 to...

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Bruntons Bridge

Originally the main road from Cowarr to Walhalla, this historic bridge has twice been restored since its construction in the 1880s. Crossing the Thompson River it is hidden within the Boola Boola state forest, and offers campsites with fire pits on the abutting river banks. The bridge can be accessed by...

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Walking/Bushwalking

The Yallourn North community are avid walkers. From just strolling around town, to hiking into the outskirts, or trekking the surrounding hills, you will always find local residents out and about in all types of weather. There are many local hidden spots just waiting to be discovered, or more formal...

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Grand Strzelecki Track

Spreading across the Strzelecki Ranges to the south of Latrobe Valley, is the Grand Strzelecki Track. It covers part of the Strzelecki State Forest, and travels from Jeeralang Junction through to Macks Creek. The destinations it passes are too many to mention here, however include such places as Mount Tassie, Jumbuk, Balook, and...

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Tarra Bulga National Park

Along the peaks of the Strzelecki Ranges south-east of Yallourn North, is Tarra Bulga National Park. It is the destination for nature lovers, hikers, and those who just like the feel of rainforest locations. The reserve offers a range of attractions including flora and fauna, hiking, picnicking, and sight seeing. And the rest...

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