Tarra Valley Loop (21.1km)

Tarra Bulga National Park



6 hrs

Grade 3







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1 Review on “Tarra Valley Loop (21.1km)”

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  • Completed 4.10.22 in 9hrs (not 6). Several passable fallen trees and some mud lower than ankle deep. Recommend spraying lower legs with DEET or similar for leeches.

  • Currently (apparently from 11th March, 2022- and we just tried to walk it on the 23rd April 2022) the Tarra Valley Link Track and the Diaper Track section of the walk is closed due to fallen trees. If walking anticlockwise it is possible to walk from the information centre to the Tarra Valley Car Park however it is a long slog back along the road to the visitor centre

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