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This property's rates and availability are 100% up to date and your booking will be instantly confirmed. Upper Yarra Reservoir

Up in the peaceful high country, lies the popular Upper Yarra Reservoir Park - the upper most point of the Yarra River accessible to the public. Up in the peaceful high country, 24 km east of Warburton, lies the popular Upper Yarra Reservoir Park - the upper most point of the Yarra River accessible to the public. The carefully maintained gardens and picnic grounds, encompassed by eucalypt bushland and spectacular scenery, makes visiting Upper Yarra Reservoir Park a memorable experience. ...

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The reserve is a unique getaway adjoining the enchanting beauty of Buchan Caves, one of Victoria’s popular family attractions. Near the township of Buchan, lies a honeycomb of caves full of spectacular limestone formations. Buchan Caves were formed by underground rivers cutting through limestone rock. The formations are created by rain water seeping through cracks and dissolving some of the limestone. As each droplet comes through the roof it deposits calcite which crystallises in a small ring. In time, stalactites are formed on the roof of the cave, and stalagmites build up from droplets which fall to the floor. Click here to view the campsite map...

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Little more than an hour's drive from Melbourne takes you to the state's richest wildflower habitat. Set in a low range of mountains dissected by rocky gullies, the unusual geology of Brisbane Ranges National Park has preserved plants that have long since vanished from the region, together with a correspondingly diverse bird population and the greatest density of koalas in Victoria.

Book a stay at Boar Gully, Fridays or a site for an overnight hike along the Burchell Trail. Brisbane Ranges National Park (7,718ha) offers excellent opportunities for pleasant bushwalks, picnics, scenic drives, wildflower and bird studies and historical investigations. The many varieties of wildflowers show magnificent array of colour in spring. ...


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The Cathedral Range is a spectacular 7 km ridge of sharply upturned sedimentary rock. A variety of walking tracks offer the opportunity to climb the peaks and enjoy views of the forests and farmland in the valley below. Featuring a spectacular 7 km rugged rocky ridge and rich natural and cultural heritage, the Cathedral Range is a special place. This 3577 ha park offers you a range of activities from relaxed camping by a clear mountain steam to an exciting climb to its high exposed peaks.

Each camp site holds a maximum of 6 people. For bookings of more than 6 people multiple sites must be booked....


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Discovery Bay offers a range of coastal environments with spectacular scenic values, including rugged cliffs, extensive beaches, mobile dune fields, wetlands and woodland forest communities.

Victoria's highest coastal cliffs and the Cape Nelson lighthouse are located at the eastern end of Discovery Bay. The Cape Bridgewater fur seal colony is also a significant feature of the Park.

A significant dune system extends from Nelson to Whites Beach limiting vehicle access to a few locations.

Camping is permitted at two locations within the Park. All campsites in the Park must be booked and fees apply.

Campfires are permitted in fireplaces provided except on days of Total Fire Ban or high fire danger. Fireplaces may be shared between campsites. It is recommended that campers bring firewood with them.

Toilets are provided and seasonal water is available but must be treated before drinking.

Bookings open on 1 July each year and will be based on a first-in, first- served basis.

Peak periods occur at:
Melbourne Cup weekend to the last Sunday in April inclusive
September school holidays

Minimum booking periods occur at:
Labour Day weekend (minimum booking 3 nights - Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Easter (minimum booking 4 nights - Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday)
Melbourne Cup weekend (minimum booking 4 nights - Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday)

Campers must ensure they are on their allocated site. A maximum of 6 persons (including children and infants) is allowed per site but groups with more than one large tent or a couple of smaller tents, one caravan or one camper-trailer will need to book more than one site.

Arrival time: 11:00 am

Departure time: 10:00 am

Discovery Bay Coastal Park is in south-west Victoria between Portland and Nelson adjoining the SA border, about 420 km from Melbourne and 490 km from Adelaide. The major access roads into the Park are The Blowholes Road, Scenic Drive and the Portland - Nelson Road....


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One of Victoria’s icon walks, the 37km Falls-Hotham Alpine Crossing is a 3 day / 2 night walk through the Alpine National Park, linking the resort villages of Falls Creek and Mt Hotham.
Winding its way along alpine ridges through snow gum woodlands and snow grass plains, over rocky summits and past historic huts, this 3 day hike offers an achievable and rewarding hiking challenge with spectacular views every step of the way.

The Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing is a point to point walk, accessible for hiking from November to April. The track can be walked in either direction but is best when starting from Falls Creek and walking towards Mt Hotham.

There are two campsites on the Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing:

• Cope Hut campsite, amongst the Snow Gums on the Bogong High Plains, is 14km from the trailhead and usually the first night’s campsite.

• Dibbins Hut campsite, on a snow plain near the headwaters of the Cobungra River, is 9km from Mount Hotham.

Each campsite has five sites with a tent platform for each site: four 3m x 3.7m platforms and one larger platform that is 4.5m x 3m. The platforms are designed to fit a 2-3 person hiking tent.

The tent platforms are designed for you to pitch your tent directly on the platform. Each platform has eyelets around the edge to hook tent peg loops or guy ropes over. As well as these there are movable ‘pegs’ that slot into the mesh, allowing tents of all shapes to be set up.

For further information please refer to the FAQs: http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/607831/FAQ_Falls_to_hotham_walk.pdf ...


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***Please ensure that you have only selected 1 night to display availability as there is a maximum single night stay on these sites.

The Glenelg River offers excellent opportunities for flat water canoeing over the 75 kilometres from Dartmoor to its mouth near Nelson and power boating from Nelson upstream to Pines Landing.

For much of its distance the river flows through the Lower Glenelg National Park, enabling boating enthusiasts to observe wildlife in its natural environment.

The most popular canoe trip is the 3 day paddle from Moleside to Nelson. If travelling downstream, the last day of canoeing near Nelson can be affected by incoming tides and winds, which may slow progress. The section of the river from Dartmoor to Pines Landing can be difficult at times due to low water and snags.

Camping is available to all boat users on the river. The designated campsites for canoeists are the 7 special canoe camps along the river, namely Pines Landing, Moleside, Skipworth Springs, Georges Rest, Bowds, Pattersons and Lasletts. Vehicle access for launching is only available at two of them - Pines Landing and Moleside. However a number of other campsites and picnic areas provide more opportunities for canoe launching or retrieval.

(Power boaters and car-based campers must camp at the campsites listed under Lower Glenelg National Park.)

All canoe campsites in the park must be booked and fees apply. Sites can only be booked for one night.

Campfires are permitted in the fireplaces provided except on days of Total Fire Ban or high fire danger. Fireplaces must be shared between campers. Minimum amounts of fallen, dry firewood can be collected in the park.

Toilets are provided and water is seasonally available but must be treated before being used.

Bookings open on 1 July each year and will be based on a first-in, first-served basis.

Each location has 5 campsites that can accommodate 4 campers each; a campground capacity of 20 campers. The maximum group size, including schools, is 16 (4 campsites). There are no numbered sites but campers must ensure they remain within the defined camping area.

Lower Glenelg National Park is in south-west Victoria adjoining the SA border, about 420 km for Melbourne and 490 km from Adelaide. The major access roads into the park are the Portland - Nelson Road and Wanwin Road. ...


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Kinglake National Park was severely burnt by the Black Saturday bushfires in February 2009. After extensive rehabilitation works The Gums Camping Area is now open.

Kinglake National Park is the largest national park close to Melbourne. It has 22,360 hectares of tall forests, fern gullies and rolling hills, an extensive network of walking tracks and other facilities, and vantage points offering scenic views.

The Gums Camping Area is situated close to a meandering mountain stream and is nestled amongst tall eucalypts and ferns. This tranquil area is a popular base for relaxing or exploring the northern section of Kinglake National Park. The Gums is ideal for families and small groups, with 18 camp sites of which five are suitable for caravans up to 20ft in length (without annex). Each camp site is surrounded by vegetation providing a delightful bush setting. Camp sites are provided with shared facilities including picnic tables and fireplaces. The campground also has one free communal gas barbeque. Click here to view a map of the camping area

Camping fees apply throughout the year and all sites must be pre-booked. Fees are charged per campsite per night, and camping is only permitted on numbered sites with the necessary permit. Each campsite may be booked for a maximum of 6 people and one vehicle. School groups should call Parks Victoria on 13 1963 for bookings.

Dogs, cats and other pets are not permitted in The Gums Camping Area. Campers are advised to bring their own drinking water and to avoid the use of detergent and soap in the nearby creek. Firewood bags can usually be purchased in the winter in Kinglake at the Shell Service Station and Foodworks, depending on availability. All rubbish should be taken home for recycling and disposal.

Only 65 km north of Melbourne, this 22,360 hectare park lies on the slopes of the Great Dividing Range. Scenic lookouts offer dramatic views of the Melbourne skyline, Port Phillip Bay, the Yarra Valley and across to the You Yangs. Bushwalking, picknicking, camping, horse riding, cycling and nature study are all popular activites in the park. Forests, fern gullies and waterfalls are among the other attractions....


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Longridge Park, in the middle of the conservation area of the Yarra Valley parklands, offers a quiet space beside the Yarra River. The river flats are perfect for a weekend camping retreat with friends and family in a beautiful woodland setting. Aptly named, the long ridge through this park offers spectacular and breathtaking views of the Yarra River and surrounds. Eastern Grey Kangaroos are frequently seen in the area and a quiet visitor may also spot platypus playing in the river. Cushioned between the Yarra River and the surrounding slopes, the river flats have been established as the perfect camping retreat.

NOTE: Please contact Parks Victoria's Warrandyte office on 9844 2659 to obtain the access gate code. The code will be routinely changed for security. Please ensure the gate is kept closed at all times.

Fuel Reduction Burn for Longridge

A fuel reduction burn is planned for either Spring 2014 or Autumn 2015. Timing of the burn will depend on weather conditions. If you book the site during this time your booking may be cancelled with only two days notice.

If the burn has been conducted before your visit the view of the Longridge site could be blackened.

If Parks Victoria cancels your booking because of this burn you will receive a full refund.

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Lake Eildon National Park is in the northern foothills of Victoria's Central Highlands, 150 km north-east of Melbourne. Situated on the shores of Lake Eildon, the park protects 27,750 ha of rugged hills with open woodlands through to dense forest. It is very scenic, and offers the opportunity to experience an array of wildlife, natural and historic features and a wide range of recreational activities.

Lake Eildon National Park offers a variety of settings to explore; from open bush in the North, to dense vegetation in the South and East. Visitors can enjoy bushwalking, boating and fishing or try the adventurous pursuits of waterskiing and mountain bike riding. Relax in a scenic environment and experience native wildlife.

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This property's rates and availability are 100% up to date and your booking will be instantly confirmed. Lower Glenelg National Park

Lower Glenelg National Park offers some of Victoria's finest natural settings including the beautiful Glenelg River and estuary.

The park offers good access to Princess Margaret Rose Cave, Discovery Bay Coastal Park and a number of walking opportunities including The Gorge, Sapling Creek and Livingstone Island. Over 700 species of plants and many native animals can be found.

The Glenelg River offers opportunities for licensed amateur fishing with both freshwater and salt water species present in the park. Boat launching ramps are provided and water skiing is permitted in designated zones.

On the south side of the Glenelg River, car-based camping is available at Battersby (2 sites), Forest Camp South (4 sites), Pritchards (20 sites) and Wild Dog Bend (2 sites). On the north side of the Glenelg River, car-based camping is permitted at Forest Camp North (3 sites), Hutchessons (2 sites), McLennans Punt (3 sites), Red Gum Landing (2 sites) and Wilson Hall (12 sites). These sites are also available for boat-based campers. Canoeists that are undertaking short trips and returning to the same camping area, should also use these areas. Canoeists undertaking the Glenelg River Canoe Trail paddling consecutive sections of the trail with overnight stops, should camp at the Glenelg River Canoe Trail campsites.

All campsites in the park must be booked and fees apply.

Campfires are permitted in the fireplaces provided except on days of Total Fire Ban or high fire danger. Fireplaces may be shared between campsites. Fallen, dry firewood can be collected in the park but it is recommended that campers bring firewood with them.

Toilets are provided and water is available but must be treated before being used.

Bookings open on 1 July each year and will be based on a first-in, first-served basis.

Peak periods occur at:
Melbourne Cup weekend to the last Sunday in April (inclusive)
September school holidays.

Minimum booking periods occur at:
Labour Day weekend (minimum booking 3 nights - Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Easter (minimum booking 4 nights - Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday)
Melbourne Cup weekend (minimum booking 4 nights - Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday)

Campers must ensure they are on their allocated site. A maximum of 6 persons (including children and infants) is allowed per site but groups with more than one large tent or a couple of smaller tents, one caravan or one camper-trailer will need to book more than one site.

Arrival time: 11.00 am
Departure time: 10.00 am

Lower Glenelg National Park is in south-west Victoria adjoining the SA border, about 420 km from Melbourne and 490 km from Adelaide. The major access roads into the Park are the Portland - Nelson Road for south of the river or Wanwin Road for north of the river. ...


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Mount Buffalo is a great location for camping. Please note that fees apply.
Camping at Lake Catani is available from November to April inclusive. Bookings are essential for busy periods.

Bookings open at 10:00 am on 1 September each year and will be based on a first-in, first-served basis.

Busy Periods:
Melbourne Cup weekend (Saturday 2 Nov 2013 to Tuesday 5 Nov 2013) - minimum 3 nights booking

Christmas/New Year School Holidays (Dec 2013 to Feb 2014) - available in 7 day blocks (Saturday to Saturday) for the following dates:
Week 1 (Sat 28 Dec 2013 to Sat 4 Jan 2014)
Week 2 (Sat 4 Jan 2014 to Sat 11 Jan 2014)
Week 3 (Sat 11 Jan 2014 to Sat 18 Jan 2014)
Week 4 (Sat 18 Jan 2014 to Sat 25 Jan 2014)
Labour Day weekend (Sat 10 March to Mon 12 March 2013) - minimum 2 nights booking

Easter weekend (Fri 18th April to Mon 21st April 2013) - minimum 3 nights booking

It is advisable to pre-book, even for less busy periods.

Sites 22-59 are reserved for bookings only. In the camp ground these sites will always show reserved signs.

Sites 2 to 19 are available for casual arrivals on a first-come, first-served basis during the off peak times.

Group Camping Area:
Sites 22-29 are available for schools and social groups. These sites must be booked in advance, through the park office; ph 13 1963
Only two school or social groups can occupy the campground at any one time. The total number of school or social group campers must not exceed 50 on any one night.

Campers must ensure they are on their allocated site. A maximum of 6 persons is allowed per site (additional fees may apply).

First reserved in 1898, the 31,000 hectare park contains vegetation and fauna adapted to extremes of weather, as a result of its sub-alpine location. As you drive and walk throughout the Park, you will see evidence of the recent fires, but you will also see the vivid colours as species begin to regenerate. There is also still plenty of wildlife such as Lyrebirds, Eastern Rosellas, Wombats and Swamp Wallabies; however we do ask that you drive carefully when moving throughout the park. When you're here please don't hesitate to call into the Park Office Visitor Centre, 300m from the Chalet turn off.

For bookings of more than 6 people for a site, at Lake Catani - please call 13 1963. ...


This property's availability may have up to 24 hours confirmation waiting period. Plenty Gorge

Nioka Bush Camp, covering approximately 1.2 hectares, is a great way to camp and enjoy the natural features of Plenty Gorge Park. Set on the Plenty River, the site has a feeling of remoteness, although it is just 20 kilometres North of Melbourne. Nioka Bush Camp offers groups many opportunities for nature based recreation in a natural setting. Explore the scenic surrounds of the Plenty River and the spectacular gorge and enjoy many types of outdoor activities including camping, walking, bird and wildlife watching and much more. ...

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