Pack a picnic for a bushwalk or day out in the Terricks. Here granite peaks contrast with areas of rare remnant native grasslands. The park is home to many threatened species, so tread carefully. Camping is permitted, although only in the area just beyond the picnic grounds.
Home to many threatened species, the granite peaks of Terrick Terrick National Park contrast with areas of remnant native grasslands. This is an ideal park for a scenic drive, bushwalk or picnic.
Camping is permitted only at Mount Terrick Terrick near the Picnic area to protect the park's fragile vegetation. The park provides a basic bush-camping experience. Campers are advised to bring their own water, as well as a gas stove for cooking.
Please notify the Ranger at Echuca of your camping stay, by calling 13 1963. For updates on park conditions visit the Parks Victoria website.
|Terrick Terrick National Park, Terrick Terrick Victoria 3575|
|03 5494 3489|
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