Tarra Bulga National Park is known for giant mountain ash trees and ancient myrtle beeches, and you could spot a lyrebird on the walk through lush fern glades and rainforest to Cyathea Falls.
Location: Tarra Valley, Tarra Bulga National Park
Distance: 1.4km return
Duration: 35 minutes
Grade: Level 2 – No experience required. The track is hardened gravel or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and some steps. Walks up to 10km.
Start: Tarra Valley picnic area
Finish: Tarra Valley picnic area
Getting there: Tarra Bulga National Park and the Tarra Valley are 180km south-east of Melbourne. Drive south from Yarram along Traralgon Creek Road (C483), north from Yarram along Tarra Valley Road (C484), or via Grand Ridge Road from either Carrajung or Mirboo North and then onto Tarra Valley Road.
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