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Four wheel driving and trail bike riding in Bunyip State Park

Bunyip State Park

This is a great park for trail bike riding and four wheel driving.

The western section of Bunyip State Park, including some visitor sites, walking tracks and roads, is closed due to fire impact. Click on 'This area has reported issues' for details.

Several recreation vehicle touring experiences are available to suit varying levels of experience and skill. Tracks have been classified to indicate their degree of difficulty. Symbol markers have also been placed at the start of tracks as they lead off the main access road into park or forest areas.

Things to do in the area

 
A view of Bunyip State Park

Camping at Bunyip State Park

There are several camping areas within Bunyip State Park. No fees apply for these campgrounds.
Four Brothers Rock Bunyip State Park

Four Brothers Rocks

Discover a unique group of granitic rocks with sweeping views across the park.
Three horseriders saddle-up a pack horse before the day's riding.

Heritage Horse Trail

Horse riding is a great way to explore the distinctive bush atmosphere of Bunyip State Park and nearby Kurth Kiln Regional Park. The Heritage Horse Trail follows some of the course from the 2009 Tom Quilty Gold Cup ride – Australia’s national horse riding endurance event.

How to get there

Four wheel driving and trail bike riding in Bunyip State Park

A number of open roads and tracks within Bunyip State Park provide a range of experiences, great scenery and a sense of escapism.

Need to know

Four wheel driving and trail bike riding in Bunyip State Park

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Bunyip State Park

    Large area of Bunyip State Park closed due to fire impact.

    Several areas remain closed due to fire impact. Mortimer Picnic Ground and Cannibal Creek horse unloading area are now open. Read the attached December Bunyip State Park Community Update (PDF) for a map of visitor sites, walking tracks and roads currently closed to the public.

    Attachments: FINAL_Issue_4_Community Update Bunyip_DECEMBER_19 (573KB)

    Nash Creek and Dyers picnic grounds are closed

    Nash Creek camping ground and Dyers picnic ground are closed due to bushfire impact. Mortimer Picnic Ground, Lawson Falls picnic ground, Cannibal Creek Horse Unloading area and Forest Road Unloading Area are open.

  • Bunyip Weir (Freemans Mill) Camping Area (Bunyip State Park)

    Access to Bunyip Weir (Freemans Mill) Camping Area

    Freemans Mill walking track is closed south of Tea Tree Track due to fire impact. To access the Bunyip Weir (Freemans Mill) Camping Area, visitors can park at the intersection of Western Track and Tea Tree Track, walk along Tea Tree track until it meets Freemans Mill Walking Track, then walk north to the camping area.

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