The Tarra-Bulga Guest House is located in Balook, right next-door to the awe-inspiring Tarra-Bulga National Park and in the middle of the Grand Strzelecki Track.
Because we’re so close to some of the best hiking and walking trails in central Gippsland, we have to tell you about them!
Tarra-Bulga National Park
In this lovely park there are 6 different short walks ranging from 640m (15mins) to 4.4km (1.5 hours). This park features the famous Corrigan’s Suspension Bridge and Visitor Information Centre. Picnic tables and toilets are available.
Visit Parks Victoria for Tarra-Bulga National Park details.
Duff’s Sawmill Trail
This 4km trail starts approximately 500m along the Callignee South Road, when approaching from Traralgon South. Walk southward through blue gum plantation, tree-fern gullies, mountain ash and blackwood remnant and regrowth forests.
Morwell National Park
This park offers abundant wildlife and is one of few remaining warm temperate forests and vegetation in the Strzelecki Ranges. Short walks range from 2.1km (45mins) to 3.8km (1-1.5 hours). Picnic tables and toilets are available.
Visit Parks Victoria for Morwell National Park details.
Take on the challenge of the new Grand Strzelecki Track, all 85 kilometres of it (or pick 1 or 2 full-day single loop walks to do on your weekend here).
The Grand Strzelecki Track links several key natural attractions including:
- Ancient rainforests, waterfalls, tree-fern gullies
- Historical settlements and old growth forests
- Landscapes regenerating after Black Saturday’s bushfires and logging
Visit the official Grand Strzelecki Track website for details.