Chiltern–Mount Pilot National Park

A favourite among birdwatchers, this park is one of the only places to see the endangered and rather pretty regent honeyeater, as well as turquoise parrots, painted button-quail and 220 other bird species. The park is dominated by some of the last box-ironbark forest in Victoria. There are a couple of walks and the forest tracks are great for some gentle mountain-biking.

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PV: 13 1963

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