Northeast of Buchan, this is one of Victoria’s most isolated and spectacular national parks, dominated by deep gorges carved through limestone and sandstone by the Snowy River on its route from the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales to its mouth at Marlo. The park is a smorgasbord of unspoilt, superb bush and mountain scenery. It covers more than 950 sq km and includes a huge diversity of vegetation, ranging from alpine woodland to eucalypt forest to rainforest.
The Gunai and Kurnai people are the traditional custodians of this land, and as of 2018 co-manage the national park in conjunction with Parks Victoria. The Bidawal and Nindi-Ngudjam Ngarigu Monero people are also from the area.