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Snowy River National Park, now 114,505 hectares, is dominated by the river that gives its name to the park. Reserved as a national park in 1979, it offers spectacular river scenery, magnificent deep gorges, old growth alpine ash forests of Mt...more
Snowy River National Park is actually the large area of forest south of McKillops Road in the Deddick Valley, with the Alpine National Park (Victoria) and Kosciusko National Park (NSW) covering the more northerly areas that people might normally think of in relation to the...More
to most australian the snowy river is an iconic spot that rustles up visions of banjo patterson, brumbies etc. its a shame that more people dont visit this spectacular part of australia. words can't describe how beautiful this area is.
I visited Yosemite and Grand Canyon earlier this year. Snowy River Park is up with these. Drove from Bairnsdale through Buchanan to little river falls and little river gorge. Outstanding view. The road from here to McKillops Bridge is the most spectacular drive in Victoria....More
We visited as a family unit and loved this area. Drove down to Charlottes Pass and the scenery was absolutely breathtaking. Those beautiful snow gums and wildflowers was something else. The fee charged by Parks was reasonable. We travelled 2,000k on our road trip and...More
Finally, down the right side of the road is the beginnings of the country made famous by one of Walt Disney’s earliest successful non-cartoon movies. In the early 1980’s, they made a film starring Kirk Douglas called “The Man From Snowy River”. Snowy River National...More