Large wilderness area covering some 40,000 ha of Victorian
alpine country. The Avon Wilderness is the most southerly
section of the Alpine region, being a wilderness area there
are no walking tracks, visitor facilities or sign posts
except where it is determined they are necessary for safety
Dense forests cover most of the area with sub
alpine forests in the higher regions.
Access to the park
by vehicle is difficult, there are no public roads into the
wilderness area. Entry to the park is by foot only.
climbing is popular in the park as are some of the
bushwalking locations, bushwalking in this region is only
for the experienced and fit and could easily be called
adventure walking in this wilderness.
Contact the Parks Victoria for more
information. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact
the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions,
tours, local maps and other information.