Summer Camping Adventures Victoria

The Campground Barwon Heads Caravan Park offers picturesque waterfront camping sites; all sites are grassed and suitable for tents, caravans, campervans, camper trailers and mobile homes. Facilities at the Camping Barwon Heads Caravan Park Victoria include a campers kitchen, dump point, clean toilet blocks, playground and basketball ring for the kids, tennis courts and football oval. The Camping Barwon Heads Caravan Park offer a range of sites including:

  • Prime powered waterfront sites
  • Premium powered sites that are located one row back from the waterfront
  • Standard powered sites
  • Unpowered campsites suitable for small tents

Sites vary in size; the length of a fully extended van or the size of a tent helps to determine the most suitable location at the time of booking. The Camping Barwon Heads Caravan Park looks forward to making your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. When camping victoria, the Barwon Heads Caravan park is a popular option.

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Campsite Royal Park Queenscliff

The Royal Park Caravan Campground Point Lonsdale Victoria Australia is joined to Queenscliff by a narrow isthmus and shares the same ocean-wide view. When camping at the Royal Park Caravan campground Point Lonsdale you can Stroll the promenade behind the seawall down to the point or simply walk to Queenscliff to check out the challenging entrance to Port Phillip Bay. please note that The Royal Park Caravan campground Point Lonsdale is only open from the last weekend in Nov to 30 Apr.

The Royal Park Campground at Point Lonsdale is located on prime foreshore parkland; both Royal and Golightly Park have several accessible beach entry points. The Royal Park Caravan Campground Point Lonsdale offers large sites for vans and tents, amongst the Coastal Moonah trees. Adjacent there is a sports oval where you can fly a kite, or kick the footy or soccer ball. This is a great camping area at Port Lonsdale Victoria to discover the delights of the Point Lonsdale village, including its unique cafes and boutiques. And this campsite is only a short drive from Melbourne Victoria.

The Royal Park Caravan Campground Point Lonsdale is located just minutes away from the famous Point Lonsdale Surf Beach or the family friendly sheltered front beach. Take the kids on a rock pool ramble at low tide, it can be a relaxing insight into the beautiful marine national park environment that surrounds Point Lonsdale headland and Lighthouse. Dogs OK.

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)

Campsite Burnt Bridge Campground

Burnt Bridge Campground is one of the first camping areas you reach when entering the Lower Big River State Forest Victoria Australia from the direction of Jamieson along the Eildon–Jamieson Rd. In spring, it is common to see canoeists negotiating rapids on the stretch of Big River between the Burnt Bridge Campground and the Big River bridge. You must supply your own drinking water and firewood.

The Lower Big River State Forest is a large forest that blankets surrounding Big River as it makes it way down from Lake Eildon past the Yarra Ranges. This is a remote and rugged area and campers must be self-sufficient. It was the setting for 19th-century gold mining exploits, and is now popular with bushwalkers, fishermen and 4WD enthusiasts. Access to the upper reaches of Big River is via Big River State Forest Rd just east of Cumberland Junction, and some 20 kilometres east of Marysville down the Marysville–Woods Point Rd. The lower reaches are accessed via the Eildon–Jamieson Rd or Big River State Forest Rd.

Please note that the Burnt Bridge Campgrounds are usually very popular during holiday periods such as Christmas, Easter, Long Weekends and School Holidays. Sites can’t be booked; we recommend you to arrive early to ensure you secure a camping spot. There are no charges to camp at the Burnt Bridge Campground.

Coburns Pines Camping Area

The campsite Coburns Pines is located in the western part of Big Desert State Forest Victoria. To access Coburns Pines camp ground follow the signposted access at the junction of Coburns Track and Firebreak Track, approximately 12 kilometres west of the Murrayville track. App. a further 2 kilometres south of the junction you will find a large, open bush camping area. No dogs permitted; to camp in this area, you will need to be fully self-sufficient. You must carry your own firewood and water. 

Big Billy Bore Camping Area


The Big Billy Bore campgrounds are located in the Big Desert Wilderness in the Mallee Country, north west Victoria. It is accessed along the Murrayville-Nhill Track, approximately 33 kilometres south of Murrayville. The campsite turn off is signposted and is located 650 metres off the road. The Murrayville-Nhill Track is rough and unsealed; the surface becomes very slippery in bad weather. Dry weather access only.


The Big Billy Bore campsites are for self-sufficient campers only. There are some basic toilets, weather picnic tables and a barbecue. Campers are required to bring their own water and firewood, although gas stoves are preferred. Camping with dogs and pets is forbidden in the Big Desert Wilderness due to wild dogs in the area.

Specimen Creek Camping

Campground Upper Big River Specimen Creek Victoria there is a 4WD track heading north to Specimen Creek that branches off Big River Rd between the Bobuck Ridge Campsite and Frenchmans Creek Camping area. No campgrounds, camping areas in the upper part of Big River State Forest, can be booked or reserved; camping is free and dogs are OK if kept under control at all times. You must be fully self-sufficient to camp at the Specimen Creek camping area so carry your own water and firewood.

Please note the campground Specimen Creek can only be accessed by four-wheel drive – 4WD. The nearest towns as Eildon and Marysville.

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The Springs Camping Area


The Springs Camping Area is a small camp ground in the Big Desert Wilderness, north west Victoria. It is located approx. 15 kilometres south of the Big Billy Bore campsite along the Murrayville-Nhill track.The Murrayville-Nhill Track is a rough and unsealed track which is extremely slippery during and after rain. Dry weather access only.


The Springs campsites are for self-sufficient campers in tents only. Camping is free and there are limited facilities at this small campsite, including a picnic table and a barbecue. Campers are required to bring their own water and firewood, although gas stoves are preferred. Camping with dogs and pets is forbidden in the Big Desert Wilderness due to wild dogs in the area.

Red Bluff Camping Area

The Red Bluff campsite is located in the southern tip of Big Desert Wilderness Area, Victoria. It is accessed by 4WD only in dry weather conditions. It is accessed by driving west along the Border Track or the Bluff Track, both off the Murrayville-Nhill Track.

There are toilets and barbecue facilities at this campsite. Campers are required to be self-sufficient and carry all drinking water and firewood. Due to the remote location in the Big Desert Wilderness, camping at Red Bluff campsite is an ideal base for bird watching and multi-day treks in the bush. There are no dogs allowed at the camping grounds or in the Big Desert Wilderness area.

Broken Bucket Camping Area

The Broken Bucket campsite is located in the southern section of Big Desert Wilderness Area, Victoria. Access is signposted along the Murrayville-Nhill Track, approximately 88 kilometres South of Murrayville (dry access only) and about 53 kilometres north of Nhill (sealed road).

The Broken Bucket campground has toilet facilities, barbeques, picnic tables, bore water and information. Camping is free and camper trailers are permitted if accessed from Nhill. Dogs are prohibited. Campers must be self-sufficient by carrying fresh drinking water, food and firewood, although gas/fuel stoves are preferred.