Known and accessible caves are uncommon across the Central Highlands, so far we have only located two attractions that qualify. Brittania Creek is the most adventurous of the caving opportunities that features tight squeezes, layered labyrinths that water has carved out over millennia and glow worms that reside in the darkness. Mushroom rocks does not offer the same experience, but features large granite tors with tight squeezes between boulders and large open passageways.
We propose adding 355,000 hectares of protected forests to the Central Highlands of Victoria to form the Great Forest National Park
Currently there is only 170,000 hectares of parks and protected areas in the Central Highlands of Victoria
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