The park protects almost 170,000 hectares between Stawell and Horsham, and is located 260km west of Melbourne and 460km east of Adelaide.
The popular strip of coastline is located just an hour’s drive from Victoria’s busy capital and offers visitors that perfect blend of bush and beach.
The track begins by the headwaters of the iconic Murray River and visitors traverse windswept high plains before intercepting the Murray again 40km to the north near the Tom Groggin Station camping area.
The pretty coastal reserve offers free camping and is located just 100km north of Wilsons Promontory and 230km east of Melbourne.
Murray-Sunset National Park is the heart of the Mallee Country; regional Victoria’s own little slice of the outback.
Baw Baw National Park is the perfect destination for a weekend trip out of Melbourne with that proper Alpine feel. Just 120 clicks from the big smoke, it feels a million miles removed.