The small town of Cann River is named for the wide, gum-lined river that flows through the centre of the town. This remote town is wedged between national parks, making it popular with campers, fishers and intrepid hikers. The town has a clutch of eateries including the iconic double-storey heritage pub.


Nearby Croajingolong National Park, offers a glimpse of rarely-seen Australia. A naturalist’s paradise, this wondrous place of ecological significance is home to flawless beaches, sand dunes, rocky mountain valleys and pockets of ancient rainforest.

Head north to Snowy River National Park where wild landscapes put on a spectacular show with rocky ridges, deep gorges and jaw dropping views. Take the Little River Gorge Walk to explore the ridge of one of Victoria’s deepest gorges looming at 600 metres high. Discover the spectacular cascade on the Raymond Creek Falls Walk, plunging a fearless 20 metres into a deep, clear pool below.
At Errinundra National Park, explore ancient growth forests, as you dip through pockets of mist-shrouded rainforest by foot or by four wheel drive. There are a number of stunning walks that take in the trickling streams, ferns and some of the largest living shining gums in the world.

Part of the: Coastal Discovery Drive route

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