See some of the Best Camping Victoria options available with our personal favorites below.
The Cathedral Ranges – Best Camping Victoria
The Cathedral Ranges are a two hour drive north east of the Melbourne CBD. The Cathedral Ranges are famous for their 7 Km ridge of rock that host a breathtaking birds eye view of the forest below. There are a number of tracks on offer that range in difficulty, you can be sure to break a sweat when tackling the majority of the tracks on offer. When hiking always ensure you pack sufficient supplies to avoid exhaustion and injury. Wells Cave Track leads to the infamous Razorback Track that provides an incredible plethora of breathtaking views that consist of rugged peaks and terrain. Ensure your camera battery is fully charged before heading off on this track. There are some easily accessible campgrounds available if you would like to stay overnight.
You will need to book ahead for Neds Gully and Cooks Mill, however the Farmyard campground is Free.
Wilsons Promontory National Park
Wilsons Prom is one of Victoria’s most popular holiday destinations. Located at the southernmost tip of Australia’s mainland, it is home to some incredible scenery such as open forests, rainforests, widespread beaches and coastlines.
There are some excellent opportunities to take bush walks that can take under an hour or up to three days. Visitors are able to camp, caravan or enjoy the comfort of huts, cabins, wilderness retreats or lodges at Tidal River.
The waters surrounding the Prom are protected as a marine national park and marine park and offer outstanding diving.
Places To Stay:
– Tidal River
– Stockyard Camp – Bookings Required
Grampians National Park
The Grampians is one of Victorias most popular holiday destinations and for good reason. The national park has so much to see that can easily take weeks to explore all the different areas scattered around the National Park. The Grampians provides some of the Best Camping Victoria has to offer.
The Grampians has multiple walking tracks that allow you to explore cascading waterfalls, natural wildflower displays and panoramic views from cleared lookouts.
A short drive to Boroka Lookouts & Fish Falls will not disappoint and be sure to have the camera ready.
A word of advice is to do your research and put together a game plan as there are many sites on offer in the area.
Newhaven Beach, Phillip Island
A visit to Phillip Island Newhaven beach will put you at arms lengths of the Famous Little Penguins and Koalas without forking out for expensive accomodation. Book into the blocal BIG4 campground for access to the nature reserve between Newhaven Beach and the surrounding Wetlands.
The park offers some excellent well kept facilities such as toilets, showers, laundry and a kiosk. The Big 4 park also offers some extra entertainment for the kids with the giant jumping pillow, a volleyball net, basketball ring, games room and buggy hire.
We recommend you venture out of the park and spend a day exploring the island. There are some great surf beaches available to keep the surfers happy and excellent fishing opportunities for the avid anglers.
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