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Tarra Bulga National Park, Balook

(4.6/5 based on 65 reviews on the web)
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  • loved it here in the middle of nowhere. just beautiful, peaceful. lovely walks for all levels of walkers. paradise for photographers. great places for picnics.  more »
  • This is a great place to do either long or short walks. We didn't have too much time, so chose the Lyrebird walk and then down to the swing bridge. Just gorgeous tree ferns, ferns and gigantic Mountai...  more »
  • Spent a day driving through this national park. The roads are narrow and windy but it's worth the effort. Some nice trail walks through the park and the suspension bridge is worth a look.  more »
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  • It's a wonderful place to walk through an ancient tree fern forest. The tree ferns are magical. The suspension bridge over the fern filled valley is a highlight.
  • I walked only the 1.2km to the Corrigan Suspension Bridge (1.2km-25min), cause i had no more time...sadly It was my first NP in Australia and i was very amazed by the rain forest. (For a photographer is this way not the best decision, cause you only see the forest->for waterfalls you need a other track) At least i stand on this big chain bridge (maybe 20m high - should be no problems with high-fear:).) and had a nice view on the top of the forest.
  • Beautiful park, most of which we couldn't see due to bad weather. The conditions listed on the website needs updating as they failed to list a major road closure. Also the visitors office is only open weekends and holidays?!? Beware: The C484 through Blackwarry is a dirt road and very rough.
  • very natural place i can recommend it
  • hidden gem, must visit