Burrabungle Park is an outstanding 350 acre (141 ha) conservation property situated on the shoulder of Mt Korong in north-central Victoria.


Mt Korong is a picturesque and numinous granite mountain in the box ironbark region of northern Victoria, between the townships of Inglewood and Wedderburn.


The mount, set amidst sheep and cropping runs, belongs to a chain of granites stretching across the north and centre of the state. The core of the Mt Korong land form is protected within a Nature Conservation Reserve (approx 1100 acres/445 ha). Burrabungle Park shares a boundary (approx 2 km) with the reserve and takes in the western ridge of the mountain.



Mt Korong lies in Dja Dja Wurrung country and is an important site of cultural heritage. Burrabungle Park, as part of the Mt Korong precinct, includes many heritage features, such as scar trees and Aboriginal rock wells (gnammas). (Burra means “rocky” while bungle means “hill” in the Dja Dja Wurrung language.)