Mitchell River National Park is located about 320km east of Melbourne and around 25km northwest of Bairnsdale.
The Mitchell River National Park covers approximately 12,000 ha of spectacular bushland through which flows the beautiful Mitchell River. The river is surrounded by high cliffs and steep gorges as well as some of the most beautiful native bushland that includes some of the southern most pockets of warm temperate rain forest. The Mitchell River National Park is made up of 3 main visitor areas, Den of Nargun, Billy Goat Bend and Angusvale, all of which are easily accessed by 2WD vehicles only the more remote areas of the park are only accessible by 4WD vehicle. Walking tracks connect the 3 main visitor areas with short walks to the 2 day, spectacular 17km Mitchell River Walking Track from Angusvale to the Den of Nargun through the Mitchell River Gorge along western bank of the River.
Facilities in the Mitchell River National Park include picnic areas, BBQ’s and toilets at the Den of Nargun and Billy Goat Bend and campsites and toilet at the Angusvale camping area.
Use the map/satellite view below for more location information
Below are pictures taken at the 3 main visitor areas of the Mitchell River National Park as well as a bit more information of each site.