Paddys Ranges State Park

Paddys Ranges State Park is located 6kms South West of Maryborough, just off on the Pyrenees Highway. Heading towards Avoca you cross a railway line and take the next turn left 150mts (Old Avoca Rd). Travel down 400 metres and follow the signs.

Paddys Ranges State Park campsite has toilets and water (boiled before drinking).Paddys Ranges State Park also has barbeque facilities with ranger supplied firewood.

Well-known for its wildflowers in springtime, Paddys Ranges State Park is home to 30 types of orchids and more than 140 native bird species like the rare Painted Honeyeaters and Swift Parrots.

Relics of the goldmining era scattered throughout the park. Visitors can retrace the steps of ‘Paddy’, a miner who reputedly roamed the area in the 1800s.

Paddys Ranges State Park Details

Cost: FREE
Address: Ballarat – Maryborough Rd, Daisy Hill VIC 3465 GPS: -37.0906, 143.6969
Toilets: Yes Showers: No
Camp Fires: Yes Max Stay:
Road Access: Good Water: Yes
Number of Sites: 10+ Power Available: No
Dog Friendly: No Suitable for Big Rigs: Yes
Website/Info: Parks Victoria – 13 1963
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Paddys Ranges State Park free camping
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Paddys Ranges Rest Area Free Camping Area

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Updated: December 12, 2016 by admin

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