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Gunbower Island Forest Drive

90 King George Street, Cohuna, Victoria, 3568

Gunbower Island Forest Drive is a leisurely half-day drive through Gunbower Island's Gunbower National Park and Gunbower State Forest.

Gunbower Island, Australia's largest inland island is located between the Murray River and Gunbower Creek. It is also internationally recognised as a wetland of significance for its importance to birdlife, native mammals and amphibians.

The drive starts in Cohuna and encompasses the beauty of the forest. The River Red Gum and Black Box forests, the experimental nursery and Graham's Hut are all part of the drive. It links in a number of historical, cultural and ecological sites of interest.

There are many picturesque stops along the way that provide a unique setting for a picnic lunch.

A map and accompanying drive explanatory notes can be sourced from the Gateway to Gannawarra Visitor Centre in Cohuna. With the aid of the map, notes and corresponding markers along the way you can navigate to discover the rich history of the forest.

Content: Gannawarra Shire Council
Entry cost:

Free entry

Accessibility:
  • Actively welcomes people with access needs
  • Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance
Facilities:
  • Picnic area
Membership:
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
90 King George Street, Cohuna, Victoria, 3568

Map pins are available via the tab key in a list after the map.

You can pan the map with the keyboard arrows.

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