Home to a multitude or rare flora and fauna this small
park of only 3,000 ha is divided by the Princess Hwy in one of
the least populated parts of Victoria.
in 1925 Alfred National Park protects a large habitat of
warm temperate rainforest on the Drummer Range. Access to
the park is difficult, whilst you can drive right through
the middle of it there are no other public roads into the
park. There are no visitor facilities or camping areas
within the park.
Only experienced bushwalkers should
attempt going into the park the scrub is usually very thick
and the country quite difficult. Fire trails can be followed
with one rising 300m to the Granite Peak or Treacey Lookout.