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National parks & reserves

Head off on an out-of-town adventure in Victoria's renowned national parks and reserves. With more than 100 to choose from, it's not difficult to find that perfect bush getaway destination.

Seasides and rainforests

Drive out to Wilson's Promontory, where great bush walks meet the beautiful sand and crashing waves of the Bass Strait. For a jungle experience, make your way to the Great Otway National Park and walk among the emerald green ferns, ancient trees and beautiful waterfalls and then set up camp for the night.

On high

Marvel at the striking rocky outcrops and see ancient Aboriginal rock paintings at the Grampians National Park. Take a break at shelters throughout the park and keep a keen eye out for native wildlife as you go. For rockclimbing, abseiling and other adventurous fun, strap on your hiking boots and hit the High Country. Climb to the top of Mt Buffalo and take in panoramic views of the impressive rock formations and lush valleys below.

Budj Bim Cultural Landscape

UNESCO World Heritage Listed

The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape in south west Victoria has formally been recognised on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

It's the only Australian World Heritage property listed exclusively for its Aboriginal cultural values and features the earliest living example of aquaculture in the world.

The Gunditjmara people have worked closely with the Victorian and Australian Governments over the past five years to develop Budj Bim's World Heritage nomination. The site was added to the list in July 2019.

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