Barmah Muster Yards

The Barmah Muster Yards are located within Barmah National Park. They hold historical and cultural significance tied to the area’s pastoral and indigenous heritage.

Introduction

These yards were traditionally used for mustering cattle, reflecting the region’s agricultural past. They now are a reminder of the region’s history. They’re often a point of interest for visitors exploring the national park. The Muster Yards also offer insights into traditional land management practices and provide a unique cultural landmark.

Learn about the historical significance of cattle mustering in the region. The yards are set against the backdrop of the river red gum forest. They create a picturesque and educational stop, enhancing the overall experience of exploring Barmah’s rich natural and cultural heritage.

Video on the Historic Barmah Muster Yards

Video courtesy of the OffroadAdventureShow

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