Camping Murrindindi Scenic Reserve

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Camping Murrindindi Scenic Reserve Victoria

The Murrindindi Scenic Reserve is an easily accessible reserve, located in relatively close proximity to the CBD of Melbourne, Victoria Australia. Enjoy camping, bushwalking, swimming and fishing in this picturesque part of the state of Victoria. There are a number of camping spots in this reserve, including walk-in camping options (SEC Bridge Camping Area). This is a popular camping location in Victoria for free camping Victoria.

Murrindindi Scenic Reserve is located in the northern end of Toolangi State forest app.1½ hours drive north east of Melbourne. The Murrindindi Scenic Reserve comprises 1,068 hectares of mixed
species Eucalypt forest, and features waterfalls, tree fern gullies and an abundance of native Australian wildlife including birds and mammals. The Murrindindi Scenic Reserve provides excellent opportunities for a range of family recreational activities such as camping, bushwalking, bird watching and fishing. The Murrindindi River is suitable for basic canoeing. The Toolangi State Forest is the traditional land of the Kulin nation; the Taungurung tribe were custodians of the land in the north and the Wurundjeri tribe cared for lands in the south. It is understood that in the Wurundjeri language, Murrindindi means ‘Mountain Home’ which seems appropriate for this Reserve, which is popular with Victorian families.

There are 6 campsites and two picnic areas at this location and  situated along the Murrindindi River. A couple of campsites are suitable for small caravans; flushing toilets are located at Suspension Bridge, Ferns and Bull Creek campsites, with pit toilets at the other camping locations. Most campsites and picnic areas have well-constructed fireplaces and picnic tables, however, please remember that campers must only have fires in the fireplaces provided and not during days of high fire danger or fire bans.