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State Forest covers an area of about about 1.8 million hectares and is located in the southeast of Australia. State Forest extends across Victoria and New South Wales.
Towns, villages or cities in and around State Forest include the village of Omeo (show me), the village of Bruthen (show me) and the city of Bairnsdale (show me).
State Forest borders the following other reserves: Bondi State Forest, Nadgee State Forest, State Forest, Yambulla State Forest, Alfred National Park, Alpine National Park, Avon - Mount Hedrick Scenic Reserve, Avon Wilderness Park, Baw Baw National Park, Bemm River Scenic Reserve, Benedore River Reference Area, Blue Rag Reference Area, Blue Range Reference Area, Brodribb Flora Reserve, Bunyip State Park, Cabbage Tree Creek Flora Reserve, Cape Conran Coastal Park, Cassilis Historical Area, Cathedral Ranges State Park, Colquhoun Regional Park, Concordia Gully Reference Area, Coopracambra National Park, Croajingolong National Park, Drum Top Reference Area, Eaglehawk Creek Reference Area, Errinundra National Park, Ewing Morass State Game Reserve, Flora Reserve, Flora Reserve, Grant Historic Mining Area, Hat Hill Flora And Fauna Reserve, Hawthorn Creek Reference Area, Historical Area, Historical Area, Howqua Hills Historical Area, Jones Creek Reference Area, King Reference Area, Kosciuszko National Park, Kurth Kiln Regional Park, Lagoon Plateau Reference Area, Lake Eildon National Park, Lake Tyers State Park, Lind National Park, Little Bog Creek Flora And Fauna Reserve, Livingstone Creek Scenic Reserve, Macalister Gorge Scenic Reserve, Maramingo Creek Flora Reserve, Mitchell River National Park, Moondarra State Park, Mount Bullfight Scenic Reserve, Mount Elizabeth Scenic Reserve, Mount Raymond Regional Park, Mount Samaria State Park, Mount Sarah Scenic Reserve, Mount Skene Scenic Reserve, Mount Stewart Scenic Reserve, Mount Tambo Scenic Reserve, Mount Torbreck Scenic Reserve, Mount Useful Scenic Reserve, Musket Creek Reference Area, Nadgee Nature Reserve, Nature Reserve, Nature Reserve, Nunnett Plain Scenic Reserve, Nunniong Plain Scenic Reserve, Powers Lookout Scenic Reserve, Ryan Creek Reference Area, Snowy River National Park, South East Forest National Park, Spring Creek Reference Area, St George Plain Flora Reserve, Stringybark Creek Reference Area, Tambo River Reference Area, Tennyson Creek Flora Reserve, The Gap Scenic Reserve, Twenty Acre Creek Reference Area, Tyers Park, Walhalla Historical Area, Wildlife Reserve, Williams Creek Scenic Reserve and Yarra Ranges National Park.
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Tyers Junction bush camp/rest area There are 46 places with pictures within State Forest: Tyers Junction, Bald Hill, La-La Falls, Mount Margaret, North Hells Gate, Mc Kinnon Point, Gaffneys Creek, Frenchmans Gap, Specimen Creek Mine, Paddy Lees Crossing, Deptford, Big River Mine, Stockmans Reward, Picnic Point, Pickerings Hut, Craig's Hut, Noojee, Frys Hut, Kevington, Bindaree Hut, The Big Rock, Benambra Mine, Mount Nugong, Mount Dom Dom, Mount Horsfall, Keppels Hut, Mount Toorongo, Mount Beenak, Plum Pudding Rocks, Thomson, Keppel Ridge, Starling Gap, Bindaree Falls, Blue Hole, Cobbannah, Tunnel Bend, Mount Kitchener, Dogs Grave, Tanjil Bren, Big River Camp, Club Terrace, Bellbird Creek, Rhyolite Falls, Wallers Hut, Knockwood and Woods Point
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