Map of Alpine National Park

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Alpine National Park covers an area of about 340,000 hectares and is located in the southeast of Australia. Alpine National Park extends across VIC and NSW.

Towns, villages or cities in and around Alpine National Park include the village of Omeo (show me), the village of Dinner Plain (show me) and the town of Mount Beauty (show me).

Huts within the Alpine National Park include Batty Hut (highlight), Bivouac Hut (highlight), Blair Hut (highlight), Bluff Hut (highlight), Bogong Jack Hut (highlight), Bon Accord Hut (highlight), Bon Accord Spur Hikers Camp (highlight), Bungalow Spur Hikers Camp (highlight), Cairn Creek Hut (highlight), Cleve Cole Memorial Hut (highlight), Cope Hut (highlight), Cope Saddle Hut (highlight), Dibbin Hut (highlight), Edmondson Hut (highlight), Faithful Hut (highlight), Federation Hut (highlight), Fitzgerald Hut (highlight), Gardiners Hut (highlight), Guys Hut (highlight), Higgins Hut (highlight), Howitt Hut (highlight), J B Plain Hut (highlight), Johnston Hut (highlight), Johnstons Hut (highlight), Kelly Hut (highlight), Kellys Hut (highlight), King Hut (highlight), Langfords Gap Hut (highlight), Lovicks Hut (highlight), MUMC Hut (highlight), Maddison Hut (highlight), McNamara Hut (Buckety Plain Hut) (highlight), McNamara Hut (Dinner Plain Hut) (highlight), Michell Hut (highlight), Miller Hut (highlight), Pretty Valley Hut (highlight), Quintet Mine Huts (highlight), Ritchie Hut (highlight), Roper Hut (highlight), Six Mile Hut (highlight), Tawonga Huts (highlight), Wallace Hut (highlight), Weston Hut (highlight), Wilkinson Lodge (highlight) and Young Hut (highlight).

Mountains within the Alpine National Park include Mount Bogong (1979m | highlight), Mount Bogong Central (1936m | highlight), Mount Feathertop (1903m | highlight), Mount Nelse North (1882m | highlight), Mount Nelse (1876m | highlight), Mount Loch (1865m | highlight), Mount Fainter South (1861m | highlight), Spion Kopje (1835m | highlight), Mount Niggerhead (1826m | highlight), Mount Cope (1824m | highlight) and Mount Fainter North (1817m | highlight).

Alpine National Park borders the following other reserves: State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, State Forest, Avon Wilderness Park, Beehive Creek Reference Area, Blue Rag Reference Area, Boiler Plain Reference Area, Buenba Reference Area, Burnside Reference Area, East Caledonia Reference Area, Forest Hill Reference Area, Grant Historic Mining Area, Historical Area, Hollonds Knob Reference Area, Howqua Hills Historical Area, Kosciuszko National Park, Lagoon Plateau Reference Area, Mount Hotham Alpine Resort, Mount Pleasant Reference Area, Mount Wills Historical Area, Shepherds Creek Reference Area, Snowy River National Park, Tom Groggin Reference Area and Wonnangatta River Reference Area.

Bonzle users sighted or observed the following birds in Alpine National Park: gang-gang cockatoo (Callocephalon fimbriatum). Is this list accurate? Are you a keen bird watcher? Have you been bird watching in Alpine National Park? What species of birds have you seen? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here. For a comprehensive flexibound field guide to Australia's birds try Birds of Australia: Eighth Edition.

Bonzle users have said that the facilities in Alpine National Park include public toilets. Do you know of other facilities available in Alpine National Park? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.

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Bonzle users have reported that the following vermin (feral animals, insects and weeds) have invaded Alpine National Park: gorse. Do you know of other feral animals, insects and weeds that have invaded Alpine National Park? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.

Howitt PlainsHowitt Plains There are 43 places with pictures within Alpine National Park: Howitt Plains, Trapyard Gap, Basalt Hill, MUMC Hut, Herne Spur, Mount Jim, Raspberry Hill Camp Ground, Cope Hut, Buckety Plain, Bluff Hut, J B Plain Hut, Paradise Falls, Johnstons Hut, Cope Saddle Hut, Lovicks Hut, Lankey Plain, Kellys Hut, Rams Horn, Roper Hut, Guys Hut, Conglomerate Falls, Mount Cobbler, Pretty Valley Hut, Piemans Falls, King Hut, Billy Goat Bluff, Blue Rag Range, Little Mount Bogong, Mount Pinnibar, Picture Point, Willis, The Gorge, Mount Feathertop, The Razorback, Wallace Hut, Mount Bogong, Federation Hut, Bogong High Plains, Bogong Jack Hut, Mount Cope, Bon Accord Hill, Edmondson Hut and Jokers Flat

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