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Budj Bim is a long dormant volcano. Budj Bim is the source of the Tyrendarra lava flow which extends over 50km to the southwest. It is central to the history of the Gunditjmara people.
Budj Bim National Park (formerly Mount Eccles) is Victoria’s first co-managed national park. The park is managed by Gunditjmara Traditional Owners and Parks Victoria.
The park’s tranquil crater lake and pleasant bushland surrounds make it a pleasant place for picnicking, camping and bushwalking. Nature trails follow the old crater rim.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria
The campground lies in protected hollows between rocky ridges from lava flows approximately 250 metres from the crater rim. Toilets,…
A myriad of tracks are open and available to vehicles and mountain bikes to share. Walkers, riders and drivers should…
Why not explore the park by foot? There's a variety of walking tracks in the area, catering for a range…
- Picnic Shelter
- Gravel carpark
- Budj Bim National Park - Campground map (PDF 560.3 KB)
- Budj Bim National Park - Visitor Guide (PDF 383.3 KB)
- Budj Bim National Park - Visitor Guide (accessible version) (MS Word Document 2.3 MB)
- Ngootyoong Gunditj Ngootyoong Mara South West Management Plan (PDF 17.9 MB)
- Ngootyoong Gunditj Ngootyoong Mara South West Management Plan - maps (PDF 14.2 MB)
Separate download file containing maps referenced in the main Ngootyoong Gunditj Ngootyoong Mara South West Management Plan document.