Lower Goulburn National Park, Shepparton

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National Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Lower Goulburn National Park is a national park located in the Goulburn Valley district of Victoria, Australia. The 9,310-hectare (23,000-acre) linear national park protects the lower Goulburn River from Shepparton to its river mouth near Echuca where it forms confluence with the Murray River.

The park is renowned for its Eucalyptus camaldulensis (River Red Gums) that line much of the course of the river and the national park.
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  • great fishing along the Goulburn river, close to the city and accommodation. There are some good camping points also, if you need to go bush. Very nice part of the Goulburn river.  more »
  • Great fishing trip at Shepparton. There is an abundance of in the Goulburn River especially around Toolamba and Shepparton.  more »
  • It is great.spot here it is hot today.boxing day but we will.stay a few days no keepers yet we have caught big carp though. And they test your gear out at least but we will keep trying my grand son loves it to
  • Gorgeous river, not a lot of easy access for fishing due to very steep banks. Caught some cod and saw a koala which absolutely made my day.

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