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***Minimum of 5 people required***
Nestled in the heart of East Gippsland, the Mitchell River 3-Day Adventure is an outdoor enthusiasts slice of heaven.
Jump in the back of our 12-seater Toyota HiAce as we take you into the Mitchell River National Park and guide you from Angusvale to Echo Bend Caravan Park and back again.
And best of all, you’ll only need your daypack for this 40km round adventure as we will transport all tents, sleeping bags and mats from one campsite to the other for you.
Starting at Angusvale, we will begin the Mitchell River adventure following the river as we take in the views from the peaks and cool off in the shade of the low gullies.
The path is very much like this for the entire weekend where you’ll be wanting to take photos at every opportunity of the stunning river.
The highlight on the trail is without a doubt the viewing platform at Billy Goat Bend. Overlooking the Amphitheatre – an impressive rock face running down into the river – the viewing platform is the perfect spot for some amazing nature photography – especially at sunset.
Moving on, we’ll then make our way onwards to Echo Bend where your tent, sleeping bag & mat will be waiting for you, as well as a roaring fire and a tasty, hot meal, as we end the night with plenty of fun and laughter.
Day two consists of making our way back to Angusvale on the same path as day one, but with a side trip through a mossy, dense forest area to the popular Den of Nargun.
An aboriginal site consumed by culture and story, the Den is home to the mythical Nargun who was said to capture unsuspecting victims who wandered too close.
Staying overnight at Angusvale, day three is all about relaxation and exploring as you’ll be free to check out the Angusvale area as you see fit before we make our way back to Melbourne.
We deem this hike to be a Grade Four hike in accordance with the Australian Walking Track Grading System which refers to a track that “is recommended for people with some bushwalking experience”
To find out more about this Grading System, click here.
March 9th-11th, 2019
October 4th-6th, 2019