The Tarra-Bulga National Park is a small national park located in the South Gippsland region of eastern Victoria, Australia approximately 240 kilometres south east of Melbourne. The park is located 33 kilometres south of Traralgon on the Traralgon-Balook Road and 24 kilometres north of Yarram.
This little pocket of rainforest (the cool temperate kind) is one of the last remaining in the state. In this secret land, it’s as if you’ve unknowingly taken the “Drink Me” potion: walking trails are dwarfed by giant ferns and towering mountain ash trees. Fronds of ancient myrtle beech stretch from either side of the path creating an emerald canopy pierced by thin shafts of sunlight.
Breathe in the fresh, sweet smell of the chocolatey soil underfoot, to the soundtrack of trickling streams and the call of a distant lyrebird.
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