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Visit Victoria’s oldest national park, Mount Buffalo. Originally surrounding the gorge with 1152 hectares the park now covers 31,000 hectares and encompasses the entire sub-alpine plateau and most of the forested foothills down to the surrounding valleys. Waterfalls, snow gum woodlands, masses of wildflowers, and stunning views of the Alps give the park its unique and spectacular landscape.
Mount Buffalo is full of wildlife and includes varieties of mammals, amphibians, fish, reptiles, invertebrates, and birds. Look out for crimson rosellas, gang cockatoos, flame robins, and pied currawongs. On the lower slopes, you may see swamp wallabies or the superb lyrebird scratching in the leaf litter. Many of the animals are nocturnal and at night you may see wombats, ringtail possums, or tawny frogmouths. Mount Buffalo is a sure spot in Victoria’s outer region that you will want to visit again and again.
Mount Buffalo is about 320 km northeast of Melbourne along the Hume Freeway and Great Alpine Road. It takes approximately 4 hours to drive and windy roads and a sealed entrance from the road allow for some fantastic scenery as you approach Mount Buffalo. Don’t forget your tire chains.