Barmah National Park is a national park in Victoria, Australia. The park is located on the Murray River near the town of Barmah. The park was one of four established by the State Government of Victoria in 2009 to protect remnant River Red Gum forest. The other parks created were the Gunbower National Park, Lower Goulburn National Park and the Warby-Ovens National Park.
The Barmah National Park is part of the much larger Barmah-Millewa Important Bird Area. It supports globally important populations of the Australasian Bittern and Superb Parrot, as well as Flame Robins, Diamond Firetails and, when flooded, large numbers of breeding waterbirds.