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An open forest on the side of the hill visible from, and overlooking, Riddells Creek . It has a vast diversity of groundcover plants. An accessible area of 120ha, including 15km of walking tracks, is known locally as the Shone & Scholz Land. 'Barrm' means the 'root of the Yam Daisy' and 'Birrm' means 'many of', the roots of which were a staple food of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung (the traditional custodians).
Most of Barrm Birrm is privately owned. Walkers are asked to stick to existing tracks. Vehicle access is restricted to land managers and emergency vehicles.
Gap Road, Riddells Creek 3431 View Map
Gap Road ,
Riddells Creek 3431
Dogs must be on leash at all times unless in a designated off leash area. You must pick up and dispose of your dog’s waste in a bin. Dogs must be under effective control and never left unattended.