Easing of Covid-19 restrictions in Victoria has meant that our group activities have been allowed to re-commence
Tarra-Bulga National Park is one of only a handful of National Parks in the state that has an operational Visitor Information Centre. In this day and age it is refreshing for visitors that are not familiar with the Park to be able to have face to face interaction with an actual human being. This enables them to get the best information in regards to getting the most out of their visit. At present we have vacancies for new volunteers to come on board and help to keep the centre open. Full training and support will be provided. You don’t even have to know that much about the park. A list of answers for common visitor questions will be provided. Our long term volunteers love the experience that working in the Visitors Information Centre Offers. It helps of course to be surrounded by the awesomeness of Tarra-Bulga National Park. It can certainly be a relaxing and enjoyable way to spend a day. All while helping to provide a great community service. Some of our volunteers find it so enjoyable, that over the years they have accumulated over 200 days service. Do you enjoy getting out in the community, if so please consider giving volunteering at Tarra-Bulga a go. For further details or to register your interest email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone our Volunteer Co-ordinator Jane on 5196 6182.
While spending a bit of time in the Tarra Valley Car Park on Saturday morning it was mind blowing to witness a significant number of touristy looking vehicles slow down, check out the place from their vehicles and then drive on without getting out of the car. One lady who had stopped for a look around, approached me and said “we have come up from Yarram and were wondering where to go for the best walks!”. She seemed surprised when I said that one of the best walks in the park is right here.
The Rainforest Walk at the Tarra Valley is certainly a must-do Tarra-Bulga National Park experience. The ancient gnarly Myrtle Beech, fresh mountain streams, lush green mosses and delicate filmy ferns are truly spectacular (not to mention Cyathea Falls). Maybe it needs better signage (VicRoads) or publicity but seriously people if you a driving through, stop, get out of the car, take a walk and check it out for yourself.
Fantastic News that Parks Victoria are providing some holiday programs for Primary School age children at Tarra-Bulga this year. With opportunities coming up for kids to undertake a “Mini-beast Discovery” or a “Flora Explorer” activity and learn more about the awesome things that nature has to offer. For more info and bookings head to www.juniorrangers.com.au
We have been showing off a some photos of the lovely vistas you may encounter while visiting Tarra-Bulga National Park on our Facebook and Twitter sites lately. Here are some of these photos for our website followers. We would hate you to feel like you were missing out! (Click on any image to start scrolling through the gallery)