Barmah Forest Heritage and Education Centre Nathalia
Cattle Yard Display at Barmah Heritage and Education Centre
Blake Street Nathalia
Bridge over the Broken Creek Nathalia
Pelicans on the Broken Creek
Rotunda in Blake Street Nathalia
Murray River at Barmah National Park
River Red Gums at Barmah National Park

Nathalia Barmah Visitor Information Centre

Address: 73 Blake Street, Nathalia, Victoria 3638

Phone: 03 5866 2289  

Email: tourism@nathaliabarmah.com.au
Web: nathaliabarmah.com.au

Nathalia Barmah Visitor Information Centre can help you explore the areas of Nathalia and Barmah, and show you the best attractions nearby.

Nathalia is set on the beautiful Broken Creek, it is a haven for visitors looking for a peaceful holiday with a welcoming ambience. Take a leisurely stroll along the main street to see historic buildings from days gone by. These add charm to the shopping strip where you'll find eateries and specialty stores.

Be sure to look out for local galleries and exhibitions. The Nathalia Golf Club is nearby or simply sit along the banks of Broken Creek in the centre of town.

A must see attraction is the Barmah Forest Heritage and Education Centre. It offers terrific information for those looking to explore the nearby Barmah National Park. Find out about the local indigenous culture, way of life and achievements.

Barmah is the gateway to the Barmah National Park, home to the largest stand of River Red Gums in the world and a wetland that is recognised under the Ramsar Convention as a wetland of International significance.

And they are not talking just any River Red Gum! Some of these trees are over 500 years old and grow to an astonishing thirty or forty metres in height. The Yorta Yorta indigenous community has lived in this area for more than 40,000 years, and today descendants remain to live and share this rich heritage.

A sixty kilometre self-drive tour takes you to places of interest throughout the park, including sacred Aboriginal sites, flora and fauna. Being on a major flight path for migratory birds, the park's wetlands are significant breeding grounds for water birds. Bush camping is enjoyed in the park, with canoeing or kayaking a great way to explore the waterways of this area.

Content: Barmah Forest Heritage Education and Visitor Information Centre

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Interpretive centre
  • Kiosk
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet
  • Tour desk

Opening hours

Open every day except Christmas Day and Good Friday

Disabled access

Disabled access,elevator and parking

How to get here

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