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WYPERFELD

Welcome to Wyperfeld National Park

If you're looking for a National Park with everything, then this is the one! Enjoy nature walks, desert walks, lookout towers, 2WD and 4WD, camping, picnics, cycling and motor bike riding. There really is something for everyone at Wyperfeld National Park.

Autumn, winter and spring are the best times to visit the park. Please check the conditions of the park before you visit by calling the Parks Victoria Information Centre on 13 19 63 for more information.

Wyperfeld National Park can be accessed via Underbool, which is situated on the Mallee Highway, from Patchewollock and from Hopetoun on the Sunraysia Highway or via Rainbow and Yaapeet if coming from the south through Horsham.

EXPLORE

2WD AND 4WD

There are many 2WD and 4WD tracks to explore in the Wyperfeld National Park. These tracks vary in length and difficulty. As weather conditions and seasons can affect the tracks, please contact Park Victoria on 13 19 63, view the brochure or visit their website for up to date information on track closures and fire danger.

WALKING TRAILS

As above, there are many walking trails through the Wyperfeld National Park. As weather conditions and seasons can affect the trails, please contact Park Victoria on 13 19 63 or visit their website. Some of the walking trails include Short, half day, full day and overnight.

Please contact Parks Victoria for up to date information on track closures and fire danger.

EXPERIENCE

Wyperfeld National Park has around 450 species of native plants and over 200 species of birds; this is definitely a nature lovers delight. Why not see if you can find some emu or kangaroo tracks or watch lizards sunning themselves on the tracks. Explore the River Red Gums, Black Box woodlands, lakes and sand dunes.

Snow Drift Visitors area, set alongside one of the largest white sand dunes in the area, is only accessible by 4WD. It has fireplaces, toilet and picnic tables.

 

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Sleep

  • Casuarina Campground

    In the northern Pine Plains area has basic camping facilities with fireplaces, picnic areas and toilets.

  • Pine Plains Lodge

    Located in the Wyperfeld National Park, the lodge provides accommodation and conference facilities to large groups and individuals. “The ultimate bush getaway”.

  • Wonga Campground

    Wonga Campground is located in the southern end of the park and features spacious and tranquil surrounds with basic camping facilities. There is a Park Information Centre, three self-guided interpretive walks and a scenic nature drive.

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Nourish

You will need to be self-sufficient of all your food and drink whilst at the Park. Supermarkets and General Stores can be found in Hopetoun, Rainbow, Patchewollock, Walpeup and Underbool. When hiking, please ensure that you carry adequate water for your journey.

SERVICES

Supermarkets and General Stores can be found in Hopetoun, Rainbow, Patchewollock, Walpeup and Underbool before you enter the Park.

PLAY

Whilst at the Park there are many activities to choose from including hiking, nature walks, scenic lookouts, picnics, 4WD and camping.

INFO

For more information about Wyperfeld National Park, please visit the Hindmarsh Shire Council Website


 

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