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Barmah National Park in Northern Victoria provides access to the largest River Red Gum forest in the world. Adjoining the Millewa Forest in New South Wales, the ecology of the forest is closely linked to the Murray River.

One of four national parks established by the Victorian Government in 2010, users and nearby residents have raised a number of concerns about the management of the park. This includes issues with the enforcement of clear boundary lines, an attempt to prohibit the collection of firewood, and environmental management, such as prescribed burns and logging.

We have consistently represented the concerns of users and residents to the relevant ministers, to raise awareness to the issues and concerns.


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