Baw Baw National Park
For important information on Baw Baw National Park, including road closures and current conditions, visit the park page.
Aberfeldy River Camping Area has one toilet, eight sites and easy access to the Aberfeldy River. Vehicles are unable to drive onto all campsites.
Fireplaces are provided at the camping area. Firewood collection is prohibited in Baw Baw National Park. Please bring your own firewood.
Covering a substantial part of the Baw Baw Plateau and sections of the Thomson and Aberfeldy River valleys, Baw Baw National Park offers colourful wildflowers in early summer and open grassy plains with Snow Gum woodlands. Aberfeldy River Camping Area provides good access to the Aberfeldy River.
- Four wheel drive access only
- Unpowered Sites
30 days prior 50% cancellation fee.
Less than 30 days prior 100% cancellation fee.
Baw Baw National Park is situated approximately 120 kilometres east of Melbourne and 50 kilometres north of the Latrobe Valley. Aberfeldy River Camping Area is accessed from the historic township of Walhalla or across the dam wall of the Thomson Reservoir. Access is 4WD only and not suitable for caravans. The Baw Baw Alpine Resort which adjoins the park can be reached from the Princes Highway at Drouin by following the Mount Baw Baw Tourist Road.
Aberfeldy River Campground
Vehicle-based camp next to Aberfeldy River.
Some campsites are a short walk (30m) from the carpark.
The camping area has a non-flush toilet, eight sites and easy access to the Aberfeldy River. Vehicles are unable to drive onto all campsites.
Maximum equipment - tent, campertrailer
Configuration: Unpowered Site
Max # of Persons: 6