6 new and 28 upgraded campsites in Victoria

From the Grampians to the Great Ocean Road and all across Victoria, families now have more opportunities to explore the great outdoors over Easter with the opening of new and upgraded campgrounds.

Whether its pristine coastlines or the rugged High Country there is something for everyone, with a plethora of new and upgraded campgrounds. A further 23 new and 55 upgraded campgrounds are said to be finished by mid-next year, so stay posted. 

Over $105.6 million has been invested in new campgrounds, better walking trails and visitor facilities across the state.

You’ll find these new camping spots in the CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE App:

  1. Flat Spur Campground, Alpine National Park/Mount Buller, Mansfield Shire
  2. Stockman’s Campground, Big River State Forest/Big Desert, Mildura Rural City, just south of Lake Eildon
  3. Thomson Bridge Campground, Boola Boola State Forest, Baw Baw Shire Council, Gippsland
  4. Grays Track Campground, Corryong (nearest town), Towong Shire Council
  5. Grants Reserve, Matlock
  6. Hammonds Road North – Great Otway National Park
  7. Huggetts Camp, Monomak 
  8. Avondale Gardens, Shelley
  9. Merringtons Camp, Thomson 

There are also more walk-in sites in the Grampians and popular destination the Great Otway National Park has three new campsites in total.

Lake Lascelles, Victoria
Lake Lascelles, Victoria

They have also upgraded camping and caravan park facilities. Lake Lascelles Campground and Dimboola Caravan Park in Western Victoria now have new all-ability accessible amenities and facilities. Work was also completed at Porepunkah Bridge Holiday Park (pictured above).

Check out the Beauchamp Falls upgrade here.

Lake Lascelles, Victoria

Now reopened after being destroyed or damaged by bushfires and storms, include Paddy Joy Campsite near Corryong, Cobaw Visitor Area in the Cobaw State Forest and Werribee River and Wombat Creek Picnic Areas in the Wombat State Forest.

Most state forest campgrounds do not require booking, while national park campsites can be booked on the Parks Victoria website.

Different rules apply in parks and state forests, so it’s important to read the campfire safety rules and check the conditions on the VicEmergency app before you leave.

Check out the CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE App for these updates and new sites.

Download the Camps App for iPhone/iPad or Android





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