Welcome to Gunbower National Park
Said to be the largest inland island in the world, superb Gunbower Island is formed between the Murray River and Gunbower Creek. In 2010 Parks Victoria created the 88 sq km Gunbower National Park (previously a state forest) to protect its beautiful river red gum forests. In addition to the majestic red gums, which have been extensively logged for timber since the 1870s, the park is home to abundant animals and bird life. You might see kangaroos, possums, goannas, turtles and snakes, and more than 200 species of bird have been recorded here.