Campground Candlebark Lake Eildon National Park
At Candlebark Campsites Lake Eildon, there are three campsites – Candlebark Number 1. Candlebark Number 2 and Candlebark Number 3.
Candlebark Number 1 is 9 metres wide and 7 metres deep. Lakeside Camping Area, Candlebark Camping Area and Devil Cove Campground make up the Fraser Camping Area in the Lake Eildon National Park. The camping area has full facilities including flushing toilets, hot showers, free gas barbeques, picnic shelters and boat launching facilities.
All campsites at Candlebark are non-powered; the maximum number of persons allowed is : 6
Candlebark Number 2 is also 9 metres wide and 7 metres deep, is also non-powered and also has a capacity of 6 persons.
Candlebark Number 3 is larger at 13 metres wide and 14 metres deep. It is also non-powered and also has a capacity of 6 persons.
DOGS are not allowed
Candlebark Camping Area Lake Eildon is located on the western edge of Coller Bay and can be accessed via UT Creek Rd. There is a total of some 70 campsites which must be booked in advance through the Parks Victoria website. Visitors can learn about the national park’s ecology and history by taking the self-guided Candlebark Gully Nature Trail. While bushwalking you may spot some of the eastern grey kangaroos that roam through the local woodlands, birds or other wildlife that lives in this region.
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