Camping Eildon

Indented Head Campground

Camping Anderson Reserve, Indented Head Foreshore Bellarine Peninsula is a medium-sized park of app. 69 powered sites and with two refurbished amenity blocks.  All caravan and camping sites at Camping Anderson Reserve, Indented Head Foreshoreare 9 x 9 meters with services of power, water, light and sullage.

Anderson Reserve was redeveloped and upgraded in 2005. Anderson Reserve Indented Head Victoria is adjacent to the beachfront with only a walking and cycle path separating the camping and caravan sites from the sand.  Camping Anderson Reserve is a great and popular great place for young families or people looking to experience a traditional beachfront holiday site.

Indented Head is located between Portarlington and St Leonards. Port Phillip Bay the backdrop. There is a licensed general store (including a post office). This quiet coastal town consists of three camping and caravan parks with full amenities, and all located on the foreshore. The children will enjoy exploring the remains of the ‘Ozone’ paddle steamer or simply walking along the foreshore. Camping Indented Head Foreshore Anderson Reserve offers boating, fishing and other water-related activities. Adults will enjoy a game of golf; you can also visit one of the local wineries or olive groves or simply tour the Bellarine Peninsula, There is also a range of local craft markets and for the more adventurous you can cycle the trails or walk along the foreshore walking track.

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Camping Lake Colac Caravan Park, Colac Victoria Australia holiday, campground experience great for families and located in the historic Western Victorian country town of Colac. The Colac Caravan Park offers un-powered camping sites for tent camping from $20 per day off-peak, through to $25 per day during peak holiday periods. They also offer powered sites for caravans, campervans, motorhomes, camper-trailers from $30-$35 per day. Onsite Cabins and Onsite Vans range from $70 to $120 per day, with extra charges for linen and bedding. Extra persons are $12.00 for adults and children – $6.00 per day. Larger drive-through sites are from $40-$45 per day. The Colac Caravan Park, the camping area is pet-friendly, but conditions do apply. We recommend you speak to the park managers at the time of booking if you are travelling with a dog. See also: camping Central Caravan Park Colac – Meredith Park Camping Colac

Camping Miners Flat

Free 4WD bush campsite, Miners Flat Campground Upper Big River State Forest Victoria Australia. There is no charge to camp at Miners Flat Camping Area, dogs are permitted but yo must carry your own food, water and firewood.

Miners Flat Campsite is yet another of the camping areas off Big River Rd and that is accessible by 4WD vehicles only. Miners Flat Campsite is located on the eastern side of a sweeping bend in Big River; it’s one of the first riverside campsites you’ll reach on the drive into Upper Big River State Forest if coming from Marysville.

There are no facilities at the Miners Flat Campground; there are 2 campsites at Miners Flat.

Mount Disappointment Campground junction Main Mountain, Flowerdale Roads Main Mountain

Camping Mount Disappointment State Forest is popular, and accessible being a location quite close to Melbourne with plenty of facilities, camping areas and 4wd trails. The park is popular with bushwalkers, especially those seeking to recreate Hamilton Hume and William Hovell who first climbed Mount Disappointment in 1824. There are many tracks within the park allowing for four wheel driving, with many quite challenging and requiring lots of experience. Camping at Mount Disappointment is also popular with trail bikers and for mountain biking.

Horse riding enthusiasts and other large groups often base themselves at the number 1 Camp at Mount Disappointment, It is a spacious open site that is often very busy. To access the campground at Mount Disappointment, turn east on North Mountain Rd at Heathcote Junction on the Hume Fwy, then follow Main Mountain Rd to its intersection with Flowerdale Rd, where you will find the camping area.

Facilities at the Mount Disappointment campsite are limited, so please carry your own water, food, and firewood. A fuel stove is recommended. There are no facilities for rubbish collection.

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Camping Portarlington Seaside Resort

The Portarlington Seaside Resort campground near Melbourne Victoria Australia is open all year round and offers more than 400 tourist sites on large 9mx9m sites. The Portarlington Seaside Resort campground also has larger and smaller sites available. Visitors can choose from beachfront, non-beachfront or ensuite sites subject to availability if you would rather stay in cabin accommodation than go camping. See also Camping Bellarine Peninsula

There are several playgrounds for the kids, a camp kitchen and sheltered electric barbeques within the park. Family and disabled bathrooms are available (please note a key deposit is required) and fixed bar fridges in the main camp kitchen can also be hired for a small daily fee.

There is also a recreation room with kitchen facilities, TV and couches available for communal use as well as a separate games room for children. Swap n Go gas bottles are available at reception and two dump points are located within the park. A boat ramp is also located within the park. 

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Taylor Reserve Campground

Taylor Reserve is a small sized park of 49 powered sites with a recently refurbished amenity block including disabled facilities, and a new playground and swing set. All caravan and camping sites are 9 x 9 meters with new services of power, water, light and sullage.

Taylor Reserve was completely redeveloped and upgrades in 2006.

Taylor Reserve is on the immediate beachfront with only a walking and cycle path separating the sites from the sand. A great place for young families or those after a traditional beachfront holiday site.

Indented Head is located between Portarlington and St Leonards with Port Phillip as a backdrop and a general store, this quiet coastal town consists of three foreshore camping and caravan parks with full amenities. Explore the remains of the ‘Ozone’ paddle steamer or take a meandering stroll along the foreshore.

Great boating, fishing and bayside activities. Play golf, visit one of the local wineries or olive groves, tour the Bellarine or head for the adventure parks. Visit local craft markets, explore the historical sights, ride the trails or take a stroll along the foreshore walking track.

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The Ferns Camping area is located in the 815 ha Murrindindi Scenic Reserve, situated east of Glenburn on the Melba Hwy. This part of Victoria was badly damaged devastated during the 2009 Black Saturday bush fires. The facilities have since been rebuilt and the reserve, campsites and walking tracks all now reopened. No dogs allowed – you must carry your own water and firewood.

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Victoria Park Campground

Victoria Park is a seasonal park, open from the last weekend in November to 30th April each year. The Queenscliff Tourist Park offers beachside camping accommodation for those travelling on a budget. As well as camping, they offer two bedroom deluxe ocean view cabins, budget cabins and grassed powered sites suitable for both caravans and tents. Within the Queenscliff Tourist Park you will find a camp kitchen with electric BBQ’s, modern amenities with disabled and family bathroom facilities. Enjoy ocean views from your deluxe cabin deck and relax watching the ships and boats passing by whilst camping victoria.

This perfect beachside holiday location is a short walk to beautiful and safe swimming beaches, cafés, restaurants, galleries, museums, shops, playgrounds and more. Sites from AUD$34.00 – cabin accommodation from AUD$100.00 (Approximate prices only)

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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