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Barmah National Park

Red Gum Forests & Wetlands of International Importance

The largest remaining stand of River Red Gum is the 65,000 ha (160,000 acres) Barmah-Millewa forest straddling the border of Victoria and New South Wales. 

The Barmah National Park is heritage listed and home to the largest stand of River Red Gums in the world. The narrowest section or “choke” of the Murray River is upstream of Barmah, bounded on either side by the Moira and Barmah lakes. 
It retains enormous cultural significance to the Indigenous traditional owners, the Yorta Yorta Nation.

Please click here to view the Murray Valley Regional and National Parks map (formerly State Forest).

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 Image courtesy NSW National Parks. Photos by OEH/G. Hansford.


For Eco Cruise information, please view:

Kingfisher Cruises 

Eco tourism at its best - enjoy a unique cruise along the "Barmah Choke"

Address: The Day Visitors Area, Barmah NP
Phone: 03 5855 2855 
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