Surrounded by forested hills, and see-it-to-believe-it views, Dargo is a base for countless adventures.

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Bike Riding

Dargo has become an extremely popular location with bike riders. Touring routes of varying length and difficulty are available to suit riders of all experience and fitness levels.
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Bushwalking

Parks Victoria maintains countless kilometers of walking trail throughout the Dargo region with more mapped trackes being added each and every year.
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Deer Hunting

The sheer scale of the National Park and State Forest surrounding Dargo and their ease of access have made the town a hub for Sambar deer hunters from all over the world. Some prime trophies are taken from the Dargo region every year with countless others taken for human consumption.
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Fishing

The Dargo region often produces brown trout to 1.5kg+ with other species such as bass recently introduced in to the Wannangatta River. Please note, streams and rivers around the region are closed to hook and line fishing during the trout and salmon spawning season.
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Fourwheel Driving

Dargo is a popular destination for fourwheel drivers from all over Australia and beyond. With jaw dropping scenic drives and 360 views - Dargo has something for everyone.
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Free Camping

With over 1,000 free camp sites available throughout the Dargo region, you are sure to find your own secluded piece of paradise.
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Gold Prospecting

You would be mistaken for thinking that the gold rush never ended. Maybe it didn't. There's plenty of gold in them there hills if you're looking in the right place.
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Star Gazing

Being one of the most remote towns in Victoria has its advantages. Especially if you're in to star gazing. Dargo's dark skies make for amazing night time viewing of the cosmos whenever the sky is clear.
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Town

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Minutes From Bairnsdale

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Meters Above Sea Level

800
Camp Sites

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Getting Here

The township of Dargo is located approximately 60 minutes drive north of Bairnsdale. The road is fully sealed and suitable for all weather access via 2wd vehicle and vehicles towing caravans. Dargo is also accessible from the north via the Dargo High Plains road. Seasonal Closures apply. Refer to Vic Roads for current information.

Where

Dargo
Victoria, Australia, 3862