Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park
Arrival Time: 13:00 |
Departure Time: 12:00
Three camping areas are located in Centenary Park, Mount Arapiles. A combination of non-flush and flush toilets are available for campers to use. The site has communal fireplaces at some sites in the camping areas.
Please note: Solid-fuel fires are prohibited during the summer months.
There is no camper trailer or caravan access to the camping area at Mount Arapiles.
Bookings for each camping area are based on per person, per night:
1. Choose arrival date;
2. Select the number of nights you wish to stay;
3. Select the 'quantity' of campers from the drop down box;
4. Select book now.
Mount Arapiles is a spectacular feature, rising sharply from the Wimmera plains to form part of the Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park. The site is widely regarded as the top rock climbing area in Australia. Three camping areas are set near the base of these climbs.
- Accessible toilet
- BYO firewood
- Carparking available
- Compost/pit toilet
- Flushing toilet
- No Pets
- Outdoor Activities
- Shared seats/tables
- Unpowered Sites
- Untreated tank water may be available
30 days prior 50% cancellation fee.
Less than 30 days prior 100% cancellation fee.
The park is located 320km northwest of Melbourne and 440km from Adelaide. Take the Western Highway to Horsham, then west along the Wimmera Highway through Natimuk
The Pines Camping Area - Tent only - per person
The camping area has communal fireplaces. Please note, solid-fuel fires are prohibited during the summer months. The site originated as a pine plantation. The camping area is set amongst tall pine trees.
Upper Gums Camping Area - Tent only - per person
Upper Gums Camping Area is the smallest of the three camping area and has communal fireplaces. Please note, solid-fuel fires are prohibited during the summer months. The site is set in amongst remnant Yellowgum woodland.