Lake Eildon National Park
Lake Eildon National Park is located in the northern foothills of the Central Highlands of Victoria Australia, being app. 150 km north-east of Melbourne. Lake Eildon National Park is on the shores of Lake Eildon, and is some 27,750 hectares in size consisting of rugged hills, open woodlands and dense forest. People visit the Lake Eildon National Park to go bushwalking, boating, mountain biking and fishing. Campsite bookings are required to camp in the Lake Eildon National Park; which must be booked in advance.
The Lake Eildon National Park is a relatively easy and picturesque two-hour drive north-east from Melbourne.
- Lakeside Camping Area Lake Eildon
- Candlebark Camping Area Lake Eildon
- Devil Cove Camping Area Lake Eildon
- Jerusalem Creek Camping Area Lake Eildon
- O’Tooles Flat Camping Area Lake Eildon
- Taylors Creek Camping Area Lake Eildon
- Mountaineer Inlet Camping Area Lake Eildon
- Coopers Point Camping Area Lake Eildon
- Delatite Arm Reserve Camping Area Lake Eildon
Car and boat-based camping opportunities exist within this national park; all campsites are unpowered and you must be self-sufficient to camp in Lake Eildon National Park. The Fraser camping area can accommodate tents and some smaller caravans and campervans. Camping fees apply.
Campers at Lake Eildon and day visitors can enjoy a range of bushwalks ranging from gentle lakeside walks from the camping areas to longer hikes where you can explore some of the more remote and picturesque areas of this popular National Park. Most longer walks are of moderate to steep grade and generally better suited to the cooler months.