19 km NW of Welshpool
The Agnes River drops 59 metres into a deep gorge, making Agnes Falls the highest single span falls in Victoria. The falls are best viewed from two platforms, only minutes walk from the carpark. Good picnic facilities are available in the 6 hectare scenic reserve.
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NOORAMUNGA MARINE AND COASTAL PARK
15 km south of Yarram
Best accessed from Port Albert, via Yarram, on the South Gippsland Highway This Park forms the largest area of saltmarsh and mangrove on the Victorian mainland, with an extensive hinterland of natural vegetation. The islands and mudflats provide an internationally important habitat for migratory wading birds, including the white bellied sea eagle, the endangered orange bellied parrot and the ground parrot. Wild populations of hog deer are found on the islands. Scenic boat tours are available from Port Albert.
WILSONS PROMONTORY NATIONAL PARK
Access from South Gippsland Highway, via Meeniyan or Foster
Open: daily (entry fees apply)
`The Prom is Victorias best loved national park - 50,000 hectares of Bass Strait beaches backdropped by granite mountains. A network of 30 short to long walking tracks extend principally from Tidal River (where accommodation, camping and supplies are available ) and lead to secluded beaches, coves and lookouts.
TIDAL OVERLOOK-SQUEAKY BEACH WALK, WILSONS PROMONTORY - 7.5km, easy grade, allow 3 hours
This walk is just north of the Tidal River camping ground. The walk along the ridge permits good views both north and south along the Prom and of several rugged offshore islands. A circuit from the carpark is suggested as a most rewarding walk and can be followed by a refreshing swim at Squeaky Beach.
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